Ch 9: Health, Safety & Workers' Compensation in California

About This Chapter

This chapter includes helpful and engaging lessons and quizzes that will assist you in your review of health, safety and workers' compensation regulations and requirements in the state of California.

Health, Safety & Workers' Compensation in California - Chapter Summary

This chapter provides you with ways to thoroughly review topics that include the purpose of an employee handbook, a summary of California's Drug-Free Workplace Act, the standards for occupational injury records and more! The lessons will help make your review sessions sweeter. The brief self-assessment quizzes at the end of the lessons will allow you to accurately measure your knowledge of the following areas:

  • Compliance with the health and safety laws of California
  • Explanation of the role of OSHA
  • Procedures of California's Injury and Illness Prevention Program
  • Requirements associated with California's safety and health training and heat and illness prevention programs
  • Reporting of ergonomic-related illness within California
  • Requirements for going back to work

Check out the transcripts where you will see highlighted vocabulary words and summaries related to health, safety and workers' compensation in California. They also contain information pertaining to the instructors. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to send them to our experts.

7 Lessons in Chapter 9: Health, Safety & Workers' Compensation in California
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Health and Safety Regulations: OSHA

1. Health and Safety Regulations: OSHA

The workplace can be a dangerous place, and workers are injured and even killed on the job. In this lesson, you'll learn how the Occupational Safety and Health Administration works to minimize dangerous workplace conditions.

California's Injury & Illness Prevention Program & Procedures

2. California's Injury & Illness Prevention Program & Procedures

This lesson will educate you on California's Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) and Procedures and discuss best practices when developing an IIPP plan for your organization.

California's Heat Illness Prevention Requirements

3. California's Heat Illness Prevention Requirements

This lesson will educate readers on the California Heat Illness Prevention Requirements as updated by Cal/OSHA in 2015. The six requirements of the heat illness prevention regulation will be discussed along with posting requirements for the written plan and procedures.

Ergonomic-Related Illness Reporting in California

4. Ergonomic-Related Illness Reporting in California

California implemented the first-of-its-kind standards for ergonomic-related conditions. In this lesson, you'll learn more about repetitive motion injuries and the reporting duties of both employees and employers.

Return to Work Requirements in California

5. Return to Work Requirements in California

In this lesson, we will discuss the California return-to-work requirements necessary for an employee who has been on leave to return to the workplace, and the organizational benefits of having such programs.

California's Drug-Free Workplace Act: Summary & Examples

6. California's Drug-Free Workplace Act: Summary & Examples

This article educates readers on the California Drug-Free Workplace Act by providing a summary of Federal and State law, outlining contractor compliance responsibilities, and offering two examples.

Creating & Using an Employee Handbook

7. Creating & Using an Employee Handbook

In this lesson we learn about the creation and use of an employee handbook. We consider the value of a well written, comprehensive employee handbook as well as common employee handbook provisions.

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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