Defining Safety in the Workplace

Published in the Los Angeles Daily Journal, Nov 5 2009

Employment law practitioners are accustomed to working with a certain cadre of documents, including the beloved employee handbook, confidentiality agreement, arbitration agreement and the other documents that help define the rules between employer and employee. However, more often than not, clients do not have a written Injury Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) as required by Cal-OSHA, even if an employer has just one employee.

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