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Club about the Division of Occupational Safety and Health of California, better known as “Cal/OSHA” which is working to assure the employees have a safe and healthful workplace
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  2. Whether you work in the medical field, a theme park, or perform manual labor or construction, there are many reasons to take a California OSHA training course. You may not be required to take one for your current job, but having an OSHA card is an asset to those working in any industry and to have on your resume. OSHA Courses Online OSHA training makes it easier for workers to get training fast and efficiently. While classroom courses are offered throughout the state, online OSHA hazard recognition training guarantees high-quality, interactive education for every student, with downl
  3. Employee Rights to Documents and Records You have the right to receive copies of written information about hazards in your workplace. Exposure Records and Medical Records: You may access exposure records that show your own exposure to toxic substances and harmful physical agents as well as exposures to other employees doing similar work. Your employer must provide you the records within 15 days after receiving your written request. Exposure records include environmental workplace monitoring, biological monitoring results, and safety data sheets. You may access medical recor
  4. Requirements for an employer’s injury and illness prevention program All California employers must create and carry out an effective program to meet the requirements of Cal/OSHA’s Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) regulation. The employer’s IIPP must be in writing and must specify in concrete terms the employer’s ongoing activities in each of the following areas: • Responsibility: Name or job title of the person or persons authorized and responsible for implementing the program. • Compliance: Written system for ensuring compliance with safe and healthy work pra
  5. Information you should provide to district office staff: • When you call Cal/OSHA, the information you provide may be critical to the success of Cal/OSHA’s investigation of the hazard. You should give the staff person the following information: • Name and address of your employer. Include the job site address if it is different from the mailing address. • Where the hazard is located at the job site. Example: “The table saw in room 12.” • When the hazardous operation or condition occurs. Example: “We use this solvent to clean every Friday afternoon.” • Description of t
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