Cal/OSHA regulations change as public health changes
When COVID-19 started impacting lives around the world, Cal/OSHA instituted changes in response to the public health crisis. As we move forward in an uncertain world, laws and regulations can change quickly. SixFifty closely monitors the law so you can stay compliant and up to date even through challenges ahead.
Cal/OSHA documents included
California Supplemental Paid Sick Leave (SPSL) Policy
This policy addresses supplemental COVID-19 paid sick leave created by California and its cities and counties.
This assessment helps businesses prepare to create a written COVID-19 Prevention Program (CPP) by providing helpful information about the topics that must be covered in a CPP.
Cal/OSHA COVID-19 Prevention Program
This written COVID-19 Prevention Program (CPP) sets forth the policies and procedures required by Cal/OSHA’s Emergency Temporary Standards effective as of May 2022.
Cal/OSHA Hazard Identification Worksheet
This COVID-19 Hazard Identification Worksheet identifies and evaluates the COVID-19 hazards in a company’s workplace. This worksheet is a required part of a written COVID-19 Prevention Program (CPP).
Cal/OSHA Investigation Report
This report should be completed to document a company’s investigation of COVID-19 cases in the workplace. A new report should be completed for each case.
Cal/OSHA Outbreak Guidance
This document sets forth the guidance that a company must put in place and include in its CPP if there are 3 or more cases in the workplace within a 14-day period.
Cal/OSHA Major Outbreak Guidance
This document sets forth the guidance that a company must put in place and include in its CPP if there are 20 or more cases in the workplace within a 30-day period.
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