WORKERS’ COMPENSATION ON-DEMAND VIDEOS – CAL/OSHA COVID-19
CAL/OSHA SUDDEN NEW REGULATIONS
ON-DEMAND VIDEO TRAINING
CAL/OSHA has recently issued lengthy new COVID-19 regulations imposing a plethora of new procedures and compliance mandates on California employers. The new regulations are complex and will take a great deal of effort.
Covid Protection Plan Now Required
New regulations require completion of a COVID-19 protection program. Don’t sweat though! Purchase any of these videos and you will also receive a template plan you can use to create a program for your organization.
What to Purchase
Purchase either of the CAL/OSHA on-demand videos for only $36 each:
- The Initial Training Session, OR,
- The Valuable Follow-Up Q&A Session
Or buy the 2-pack that includes both for only $59.
More Covid Videos Available
These videos, and the complete COVID-19 Video series, are brought to you in partnership with our friends at Sullivan On Comp. Check out other videos here.
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