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Cal/OSHA Extends emergency Wildfire Smoke RUle for outdoor workers

Like many Californian's, currently our districts are facing fires near and far that are creating air quality concerns. Due to the increase in frequency as well as severity of the fire's in the California, in 2019 Cal/OSHA put out emergency regulation §5141.1. §5141.1 relates to all workplaces where workers will [...]

COVID-19 IIPP Addendum

Recently, our excess insurance carrier PRISM (formerly CSAC-EIA) has released a COVID-19 Injury and Illness Prevention Plan (IIPP) Addendum that we wished to share with our membership. This IIPP Addendum has been developed to meet current Cal/OSHA COVID-19 standards, and can be customized to meet your specific agencies needs. Click [...]

Cal/OSHA Recordables Vs Reportables and COVID-19 Updates

OSHA Recordables Vs Reportables, and COVID-19 Updates Recently, staff at GSRMA have seen an increase in questions related to Cal/OSHA reportables, recordables, and how COVID-19 ties into all of this. To help demystify this for our members, we wanted to define what is recordable, what is reportable, and how do [...]

COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Schools

DOWNLOAD THE FAQ HERE Patricia Eyres, Managing Partner at Eyres Law Group, under the partnership with our excess carrier CSAC-EIA has produced a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) regarding the COVID-19 Pandemic as it relates to Schools. In this FAQ, you will find sections covering a variety of topics such as: [...]

COVID-19 Frequently asked questions regarding public entities

DOWNLOAD THE FAQ HERE(UPDATED 03/30/2020) Patricia Eyres, Managing Partner at Eyres Law Group, under the partnership with our excess carrier CSAC-EIA has produced a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) regarding the COVID-19 Pandemic as it relates to work practices. In this FAQ, you will find sections covering a variety of topics [...]

Annual OSHA 300A Reminder

Per OSHA injury and illness recordkeeping and reporting requirements, Saturday, February 1, 2020 is the deadline to tabulate your annual OSHA Log Summary (OSHA Form 300A) and post it in a common area where notices to employees are usually posted. This is the summary only (300A), not the OSHA 300 [...]

California passes emergency rule for outdoor workers exposed to wildfire smoke

California Occupational Safety and Health Standards Board recently passed an emergency regulation for outdoor employees exposed to wildfire smoke. Employers will be required to provide respirators to workers exposed to unhealthy air. The new requirements specifically address fine particulate matter from wildfires. For more information, please click on the link [...]

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