California lawmakers are considering a bill that would require an employer to submit a copy of their written injury prevention program to the state each year.
A.B. 1569, introduced on February 23, and modified Thursday in the State Assembly's Employment and Employment Committee, would extend California's existing Preventive Plan Requirements for Employers.
A plan must include elements such as the identification of the person or persons responsible for implementing the Employer's system's identification and evaluation of workplace risks, including scheduled periodic inspections to identify unsafe conditions and working methods. and the employer's methods and routines for correcting uncertain or unhealthy conditions and working methods in time, together with various demands on the workplace's safety requirements, according to state legislation.
The bill had not been posted on the parish calendar from Monday.