Top 10 OSHA Citations From 2020
Here’s a closer look at the data from last year showing the most common cited violations by OSHA and how your business can take proper measures to avoid these all too common fines. #1 FALL PROTECTION For the tenth consecutive year, fall protection finds itself number one on the list. Falls are the… Read More »
New COVID Vaccine Regulation For California Employers
As vaccine availability grows so do the suggestions and regulations from the state and federal government. Just recently California’s DFEH (Department of Fair Employment and Housing) released their new guidance on vaccine regulation and what rights employees have surrounding the vaccine. Can I require my employees to get the vaccine? One big question… Read More »
Re-Opening & Vaccine Rollouts: What’s Next For Compliance?
As states begin to reopen and the federal government works to pass another COVID relief bill, many businesses are working on pivoting once again. There have been so many changes to how companies run, and more are coming. Between new vaccine rollouts, the Pandemic Preparedness Plan, the extended leave plans, and navigating reopening plans with… Read More »
OSHA Injury and Illness Recordkeeping and Reporting Requirements
DON’T RISK A PENALTY FINE FROM OSHA! OSHA requires employers to physically post the form and electronically submit injury and illness data electronically. All business’ that are required to maintain OSHA logs need to post their 300A form in a prominent place at their facilities where all employees will have access to view from February… Read More »
Important Update to the IIPP Code
A new update to the Title 8-3203 IIPP Code took effect July 1, 2020. This new provision requires all employers to provide their employees or authorized representatives with a written copy of the company’s IIPP within 5 days at no cost to the employee upon request. In addition, employers are required to provide training to… Read More »
[SURVEY] Do You Approve of The Crisis Response?
What are your thoughts on the recent lockdown policies in Los Angeles county? We want to know the extent of the hardship your business has faced throughout this crisis and your position on how the situation has been handled by our state officials. Take our quick survey to share your stance on the current state… Read More »
OSHA is Charging Huge Fines!
OSHA requires employers to physically post the form and electronically submit injury and illness data electronically. All business’ that are required to maintain OSHA logs need to post their 300A form in a prominent place at their facilities where all employees will have access to view from February 1st until April 30th. Electronic submissions must… Read More »
2020 Human Resources Symposium
In Partnership with OutlookHR & Hudock Employment Law Group, Colony West is pleased to present this important update to start 2020 in compliance! Join us for an in-depth analysis of the most significant developments in labor and employment laws as well as new legislation likely to affect your business. This symposium will be a guide… Read More »
OSHA Safety – Your Work Environment Should be a Top Concern
Safe and healthy work environments for your employees should be a top concern as a business owner. It’s important to keep in mind what your employees need on a day-to-day basis to avoid any health or safety issues that may arise. OSHA, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, provides recommended practices for safety and health programs.… Read More »
OSHA – Safety in the Heat
It’s HOT outside! You are responsible for providing safe and healthy work environments for your employees. As we are in the middle of summer and the heat can climb to boiling temperatures outside, it’s important to make sure you are keeping in mind what your employees will need to avoid any health or safety issues… Read More »