California is at it again! If you are a Cali business owner, you need to know about this new law…

What You Need To Know About SB 553

California is at it again! If you are a Cali business owner, you need to know about this new law…

Did you know that effective July 1, 2024, California Senate Bill 553 requires all businesses to implement comprehensive workplace violence prevention plans and training programs?

Non-compliance could cost you between $12,000 and $25,000 in penalties!

Are You Prepared?

Regardless of how you feel about California, ignoring this new legislation isn’t just a legal gamble; it puts your employees and your entire business at risk. The impact of a violent incident can be devastating, affecting your team’s safety, your company’s reputation, and your bottom line.

We Have the Solution

Once we heard about what California was doing, we got to work to develop a simple, easy, and effective Workplace Violence Safety Plan to ensure your compliance with SB 553. With it, you’ll get:

  • A fully compliant Workplace Violence Prevention Plan
  • Essential forms for documentation
  • Comprehensive training programs for employees and supervisors

Don’t Risk Your Business!

Ensure the safety of your employees and avoid costly penalties. Get your comprehensive Workplace Violence Safety Plan now and be prepared for the new regulations.

Act now and secure your company’s compliance and protection. Click the button below to grab your Workplace Violence Safety Plan today!

This is an important mandated document for California businesses effective July 1, 2024.

SB 553: Preventing Workplace Violence was signed into law on September 30, 2023. Under the Bill, employers have until July 1, 2024, to develop and maintain written prevention plans and training programs tailored to their specific workplaces. This law applies to any workspace that interacts with customers, clients, vendors, visitors or guests and to any company with more than 10 employees. Cal/OSHA will be responsible for ensuring the plan is in place and employees are trained.

This Workplace Violence Prevention Plan includes:

  • WVPP Plan
  • WVPP Required Recordkeeping forms
  • WVPP Employee Training
  • WVPP Supervisor Training
  • WVPP Self Assessment Tools
  • WVPP Safety Bulletins

Get Your Workplace Violence Prevention Plan Now!