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Workplace violence - summary of the new requirements

Workplace violence???

it's more serious and frequent than you may imagine. In fact, in California, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, it is the fifth highest cause of workplace fatalities in general industry. It's higher than slips trips and falls. Often it's not even the employee causing the violence.

What is an employer supposed to do? Cal OSHA requires all employers to have a workplace violence prevention program. The deadline for creating and implementing the program is today! Need some general information?

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