Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP)

In California, every employer must provide a healthy and safe workplace. An effective Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) is the centerpiece of this requirement. Required by law, the IIPP spells out how to identify and address risks, what to do when an injury or illness occurs, your system for employee compliance, and much more.

To help you comply with the regulation and stay in compliance please see the information below.

Make Your IIPP Work for You

The most effective IIPP is one that is referred to frequently, followed regularly, and understood by employees. See the links below for information on how to create an effective IIPP, communicate it to your employees, and get the most out of it.

How to Create a Successful IIPP
Maximizing Your IIPP

IIPP Violations – The Most-Common Cal/OSHA Citation

Each year, Cal/OSHA issues more citations for IIPP-related violations than it does for any other standard. But, this citation is completely avoidable. Learn how, here:

You Can Avoid Being the Next Safety Citation Statistic

Ask the Expert – IIPP Requirements

Question:  I only have two employees. Am I required to implement a written Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP)?

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