Workplace Violence Prevention Plans: The July 1st Deadline is Upon Us! Are You Prepared?
Posted June 6, 2024

By no later than July 1, 2024, almost all California employers must have a written workplace violence prevention plan (“WVPP”) in place, make the WVPP accessible to employees, and conduct employee WVPP training.

To review the detailed requirements of Senate Bill 553, see LightGabler LLP’s previous legal update HERE.

The state has provided a number of helpful links to information that will guide employers in meeting this requirement, including a model plan employers can follow to create their WVPP. Below are key links to Cal/OSHA documents and information that can expedite compliance efforts:

Because WVPP guidance is evolving, employers are encouraged to consult with competent OSHA counsel and workplace safety professionals to ensure full compliance with S.B. 553 before the July 1, 2024 deadline.

The above summary is for general information purposes only. This information is not meant to substitute for legal counsel as to any specific facts or circumstances.

For questions regarding employment law issues, contact the attorneys at LightGabler LLP.If you have questions about exemptions, or any other employment law questions, contact the employment attorneys at LightGabler LLP for assistance.For questions about employment law issues, contact the attorneys at LightGabler.

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