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California Workplace Violence Prevention Plan FAQs

California has officially passed SB 553 which expanded Cal-OSHA rules to require employers to implement protections against workplace violence by July 1, 2024. Here’s what you need to know:

What is a California Workplace Violence Prevention Plan?

This is an expansion of existing Injury and Illness Prevention Plan (IIPP) requirements that currently exist in California. This new law applies to all California employers, employees, places of employment, and employer-provided housing, with some exceptions.

  • Places of employment where there are fewer than 10 employees working at the place at any given time and that are not accessible to the public, if the places are in compliance other Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) requirements
  • Employees teleworking from a location of the employee’s choice, which is not under the control of the employer
  • Employers and health care facilities, service categories, or operations that comply with the Violence Prevention in Health Care regulations (Lab. Code § 3342)
  • Law enforcement agencies that comply with the Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training Program and with other IIPP requirements
  • Department of Corrections and Rehabilitations facilities that comply with general IIPP requirements
What's included?

This policy complies with the new California workplace violence prevention law (California Labor Code § 6401.9).

It covers the necessary communication with employees, a violence incident log, and information about required training. Employers should discuss with their employees about any workplace violence hazards before finishing this plan.

What format does the plan come in?

You will receive your finished document in a Word format for easy editing.

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