Staying Ahead: Compliance Strategies for the Latest Workplace Violence Prevention Law

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June 24 , 2024
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The new law requires employers to establish, implement and maintain an effective workplace violence prevention plan that meets the requirements of the new Labor Code Section 6401.9. Employers are also required to train their employees about the new plan no later than July 1, 2024.

Under a new California law- the first of its kind in the country- no later than July 1, 2024, California employers are required to establish, implement and maintain an effective workplace violence prevention plan and train their employees about the plan.

Why you should Attend

Failure to comply with Labor Code section 6401.9 comes with significant financial consequences. According to the new legislation, Cal/OSHA has the authority to issue citations and impose penalties on employers found to be in violation.
Penalties vary, encompassing minor fines for smaller infractions to substantial monetary consequences for severe or repeated breaches. Additionally, non-compliant employers may potentially face legal action from employees who experience workplace violence due to the absence of a proper workplace violence prevention plan.

This course will review everything you need to know about the new statute, its requirements, and successfully developing your own workplace violence prevention plan and training.

Areas covered in Session

  • Covered Employees & Limited Exceptions
  • Required Components of an Effective Workplace Violence Prevention Plan
  • Required Employee Involvement
  • Developing an Effective Workplace Violence Prevention Plan
  • Requisite Record-Keeping and Reporting
  • Penalties for Failure to Comply
  • Workplace Restraining Orders

Who should Attend

Whether you are an employer, Human Resources professional, supervisor or in-house counsel seeking to create a safe and supportive workplace culture, this class will provide valuable insights and practical guidance.

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Jacquiline M. Wagner, Esq.

Jacquiline M. Wagner, Esq. is the proud President of Wagner HR. Jacquiline uniquely understands the needs of business owners and employers when it comes to educating employees. For almost twenty-five years, Jacquiline has enjoyed the honor of training hundreds of employees and supervisors in an assortment of industries concerning all aspects of Employment Law. Stemming from that experience, she has designed a wide ar...

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