NEW CLASS 2020

IIPP TRAINING IS REQUIRED TO ASSURE YOUR EMPLOYEES UNDERSTAND THE HAZARDS IN THE WORKPLACE AND KNOW YOUR COMPANY'S PLAN TO PREVENT INJURIES AND ILLNESSES 

Summary

For Safety Officers / Human Resource Personnel, Managers or Supervisors Responsible for Safety in the Workplace


Class informs students of the current regulations pertaining to California's Injury and Illness Prevention Program CCR Title 8, 3203. The regulatoin is designed to reduce or eliminate injuries and illnesses in the workplace.


Personnel attending the class will learn how to develop the IIPP, perform hazard evaluations & safety inspections, conduct employee training for compliance and more. 

What you will learn:

  • How to Develop the IIPP:
    • California Specific
    • Company Specific
  • How to Ensure Employee Compliance: 
    • Establish Employee Recognition Programs
    • Establish Training Programs
    • Develop Disciplinary Action
  • Develop Effective Communication Systems
    • Meetings
    • Training Programs
    • Postings
    • Written Communications
    • System of Anonymous Notifications
    • Establish Safety and Health Committees
  • How to Identify and Evaluate Workplace Hazards
    • How to Perform a Job Hazard Analysis
    • How to Perform Safety Inspections
    • Sources and Tools to Assist in Safety Inspections
  • Training Required for Compliance
    • IIPP Training Requirements 
    • When and How to Conduct Training
    • Additional Training Companies May Need
  • Employee Access
    • Understand and Establish a Systems to Comply with the Right of Access 
  • Records and Documentation
    • Maintaining Records of Inspection
    • Training Documentation Required
  • Establishing a Safety and Health Committee
    • Develop an Effective Safety & Health Committee
    • Topics for Discussion
      • Review Inspections
      • Review Investigations
      • Establish Recommendations


Who Should Attend:

Anyone who must comply with Federal and California Injury and Illness Prevention rules and regulations:

  • Safety Officer / Manager
  • Human Resource Personnel
  • Safety Committee Members

California Specific

AN INSPECTION MAY DETERMINE THE NEED FOR ADDITIONAL TRAINING AND SAFETY PROGRAMS 

INJURY & ILLNESS PREVENTION - SAFETY OFFICER

TRAIN-THE-TRAINER  - $395 per person

EMPLOYERS MUST CONDUCT SAFETY INSPECTIONS REQUIRED BY THE INJURY AND ILLNESS PREVENTION REGULATIONS CCR TITLE 8, 3203

Regularly Scheduled Classes held on campus at Cal-State University Fullerton

Environmental Health & Safety Training

JEANNETTE SANDOVAL

2019 STUDENT-OF-THE-YEAR

(714) 425-9915 

Safety Management Systems