Equip Your Team with New Workplace Violence Prevention Webinars

Next week, the BHHC Loss Control Team will host two crucial webinars to educate and prepare employers and their teams for the upcoming mandate, SB553. Signed into law in 2023, this new workplace safety regulation mandates changes for California employers and will be enforced by Cal/OSHA starting July 2024. The goal is to ensure a safer workplace environment for all.

Webinar Details

May 20, 2024: Safe & Sound: Preventing Workplace Violence

Join our BHHC Loss Control experts as they provide an in-depth overview of SB553 and its implications. This session will cover essential strategies and tools to help you prepare for the new requirements.

May 23, 2024: California Workplace Violence Prevention FAQ

Hear from the esteemed Alka Ramchandani-Raj, a well-respected employment lawyer from Littler Mendelson P.C. Alka will offer valuable insights and legal perspectives on SB553, helping you navigate the complexities of the mandate.

Time: Both webinars will occur from 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM PST

Why You Should Attend

Attendees will leave these webinars equipped with the necessary tools and strategies to develop a comprehensive plan addressing the upcoming California requirements. This is a prime opportunity to engage in discussions, ask questions, and gain insights from professionals specializing in workplace safety.

By participating, you will:

  • Gain Critical Knowledge: understand the specifics of SB553 and how it affects your business. 
  • Access Expert Advice: learn from industry experts and legal professionals about best practices for compliance.
  • Enhance Workplace Safety: acquire practical strategies to create a safer work environment.

Stay Informed with BHHC

Visit the BHHC Loss Control Webinar Series 2024 calendar to stay updated on upcoming webinar topics. We cover new monthly safety topics to help you stay compliant and informed.

Don’t miss this opportunity to prepare for SB553 and enhance your workplace safety protocols proactively. Register today and take the first step towards a safer, more compliant workplace.