Cal OSHA AB2774
In 2011, the State of California enacted a new legislation that radically affected how Cal/OSHA defines the term "Serious Violation." Examples are included but are not limited to serious exposure to a chemical exceeding and established permissible exposure limit or violation of any standard regarding the use of a carcinogen and usually result in higher penalties. This leads to far more citations, higher penalties, more enforcement actions and serious violations that are much harder to contest. Managers and supervisors are at risk. This program explains the laws in California and how to prevent such conditions and penalties.