Log 300 Recording and Reporting Requirements Effective January 1, 2017

Effective January 1, 2017, employers in states regulated by federal OSHA are required to electronically submit Log 300 records of injuries and illnesses and are prohibited from discriminating against employees for reporting a work-related injury or illness. Employers in California, however, are not required to follow the new requirements at this time and will not […]

Free Seminars Offered through Employer Education Series

The State Compensation Insurance Fund offers a variety of free seminars and employer education programs through its Employer Education Series, an outreach program presenting a variety of workers’ compensation and health and safety seminars offered to employers and the public throughout California. Presenters include Cal/OSHA, the California Highway Patrol, U.C. Berkeley Labor Occupational Safety and […]

Year One of OSHA’s Severe Injury Reporting Program: An Impact Evaluation

Every year, tens of thousands of men and women across the United States are severely injured on the job, sometimes with permanent consequences to themselves and their families. But until last year OSHA lacked timely information about where and how most of those injuries were occurring, limiting how effectively the agency could respond. OSHA instituted […]

OSHA Training Center’s 2017 Pot O’ Gold Sweepstakes

Enter your name, email address, phone number and zip code for a chance to win a $1000 Credit towards any OSHA Training Center at Chabot-Las Positas Community College District’s class at any of our convenient locations where a scheduled class is held in 2017.

Congratulations to Recent Safety Professional Certificate Recipients

The OSHA Training Center congratulates our outstanding students who have recently completed our Safety Professional Certificate Programs.