Successfully tracking legislation and regulations is a chore, here are 3 free resources to make this task easier.
“This is the fulfillment of a long term strategy for CSRM that the PWC has supported over the years."
On April 30, 2018 Federal OSHA posted a trade release clarifying that regulations pertaining to State Plans require all affected employers to submit injury and illness data in the Injury Tracking Application (ITA) online portal.
During a large scale disaster, public employees may be reassigned as disaster service workers (DSW) to assist your agency in carrying out its emergency response duties.
Action must be taken to restore the sense of safety for your students, staff, and parents. If you are not sure where to start, here are a few suggestions.
Awareness is our first line of defense. We must identify conditions or aspects of the working environment that might put ourselves in the line of fire and consider how to prevent that risk.
Panic. Confusion. Misinformation. How are these countered? Communication.
California Department of Education is taking a new step to help ensure student safety. Beginning in the 2018–19 school year, comprehensive school safety plans will be reviewed during annual audits currently required by Education Code.
The Supreme Court is revisiting the constitutionality of a long-standing precedent that may impact the “fair share” fees charged to public employees who choose not to join their union.
The ins and outs of marijuana usage have become more complicated with the passage of Proposition 64, California’s Control, Regulate and Tax Adult Use of Marijuana Act. But how does this affect schools? Is medical marijuana different than recreational?
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