Cal/OSHA Summit Returns to San Diego, October 14-16th, to Review the Latest Workplace Compliance Pitfalls to Avoid and Safety Management Best Practices for CA Businesses

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As a leading California-specific workplace safety compliance and management event, the Cal/OSHA Summit will provide attendees with the latest updates on workplace violence prevention, review how to avoid state and federal OSHA enforcement traps, and tools to implement a safety culture, training, and leadership development program.

To prevent workplace injuries and shield themselves from financial and legal risks, organizations need to approach fed/OSHA and Cal/OSHA compliance alongside other core safety management areas.

Business and Legal Resources (BLR®), a leading provider of employee safety, and environmental compliance information and technology, is pleased to announce their annual Cal/OSHA Summit will return to San Diego, California on October 14–16, 2020.

The Cal/OSHA Summit will provide safety and HR managers with briefings from some of the state’s top workplace safety attorneys on the standards and rules from the applicable Federal and California Division of Occupational Safety and Health (commonly known as Cal/OSHA) departments, in addition to compliance strategies to avoid scrutiny and best practices on how to prevent violations that can carry costly penalties.

Over the course of one and a half days, attendees will also hear from industry-leading culture and safety management experts on building and maintaining a safe and healthy workplace environment, including how to:

  • Determine the impact of workplace safety enforcement trends and Cal/OSHA regulatory updates on their organizations
  • Gear up for the highly anticipated workplace violence prevention general industry standard
  • Set safety committees up for success by using goal setting and communication to drive engagement
  • Develop a drug testing strategy that effectively balances safety with applicable federal, state, and local laws
  • Take a proactive approach to emergency preparedness in order to protect employees and ensure business continuity during wildfires, earthquakes, and other natural disasters
  • Deliver an “a-plus” safety meeting experience
  • Develop and implement an effective injury and illness prevention plan to avoid Cal/OSHA’s #1 violation
  • Avoid common and costly Cal/OSHA injury and illness recordkeeping tripwires
  • And much more!

“To prevent workplace injuries and shield themselves from financial and legal risks, organizations need to approach fed/OSHA and Cal/OSHA compliance alongside other core safety management areas, including engagement, culture, and workplace violence prevention, which are all critical to protecting California workers and achieving exceptional safety performance,” says Emily Scace, Senior Content Specialist for Safety at BLR®.

The Cal/OSHA Summit is taking place at the Hilton San Diego Mission Valley. For more information, please visit live.blr.com.

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