California's Safety Law - SB-198

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COURSE HIGHLIGHTS

 Learn about California Safety Law SB 198 - Labor Code 6401
 Requires every employer to establish, implement, and maintain an effective injury prevention program
 Monthly inspection checklist to be completed by a member of the safety committee

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California's Safety Law - SB-198

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Quick Overview

On July 1, 1991, California’s New Safety Law, Senate Bill 198 took effect.  It is a change of direction in Cal-OSHA’s compliance efforts.  It is designed to emphasize accident an...READ MORE On July 1, 1991, California’s New Safety Law, Senate Bill 198 took effect.  It is a change of direction in Cal-OSHA’s compliance efforts.  It is designed to emphasize accident and injury prevention through safety programs and strict enforcement of Cal-OSHA safety standards.   Labor code violations can be prosecuted independently by local district attorney offices.  This program will focus on development of safety programs in accordance with SB-198.Topics covered in this safety video include: Safety Manager, California Labor Code 6401.7(a), monthly inspection checklists, comments and input from employees, Hazard Communications Program, Proposition 65 hazardous materials, emergency chemical spills, and other requirements, Labor Code 6401.7(a) (3), monitoring at the workplace, written plan, qualified personnel trained in CPR and First Aid, training.
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California's Safety Law - SB-198 Details

California's Safety Law - SB-198 - On July 1, 1991, California’s New Safety Law, Senate Bill 198 took effect.  It is a change of direction in Cal-OSHA’s compliance efforts.  It is designed to emphasize accident and injury prevention through safety programs and strict enforcement of Cal-OSHA safety standards.   Labor code violations can be prosecuted independently by local district attorney offices.  This program will focus on development of safety programs in accordance with SB-198.

Topics covered in this safety video include: Safety Manager, California Labor Code 6401.7(a), monthly inspection checklists, comments and input from employees, Hazard Communications Program, Proposition 65 hazardous materials, emergency chemical spills, and other requirements, Labor Code 6401.7(a) (3), monitoring at the workplace, written plan, qualified personnel trained in CPR and First Aid, training.

Course Outline

  • SB-198
  • Written Plan
  • Training

Runtime: 16 Min.

WITH PURCHASE OF ANY ENGLISH DVD YOU WILL RECEIVE A FREE WRITTEN MATERIAL CD-Rom. The CD-ROM of written materials may include: Leaders Guides, Questions and Answers, Manuals, and Power Points. Contents vary depending on program.


Additional Information

Course Length 16
CFR Code 1926.20
Copyright 2009
Bullet1 Learn about California Safety Law SB 198 - Labor Code 6401
Bullet2 Requires every employer to establish, implement, and maintain an effective injury prevention program
Bullet3 Monthly inspection checklist to be completed by a member of the safety committee
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Language English

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