Category Archives: IIPP

30Aug 2017
George Tharalson

A Fungus in the Fields—Valley Fever Cases On the Rise in Parts of California

Health officials urge employers to address Valley Fever in your IIPP. Back in the 1950s, Terry Noland released the song “There Was a Fungus Among Us.” You have to pronounce the “g” in “among” to get the true effect of … Read more »

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08Aug 2017
George Tharalson

Ask the Expert – IIPP Required for All Employers: Big and Small

Question:  I only have two employees. Am I required to implement a written Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP)? Answer: Yes, Cal/OSHA requires every California employer to establish and implement an effective, written IIPP (fully put into practice) that involves … Read more »

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11Oct 2016
George Tharalson

Remembering the Triangle Shirtwaist Fire

The Importance of Fire Safety in the Workplace On March 25, 1911, the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory in Manhattan caught fire, killing 146 people. At the time, it was the deadliest industrial disaster in New York history, and eventually led to … Read more »

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12Nov 2015
George Tharalson

Register for a Free IIPP Seminar

Our last blog provided free Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) resources for businesses. An IIPP seminar is a hands-on way to help you develop an effective IIPP. State Fund cosponsors free IIPP seminars tailored for different industries. These seminars … Read more »

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