The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires employers subject to its recordkeeping requirements to post copies of their OSHA Form 300A between February 1 and April 30 each year. The OSHA Form 300A, also known as the “Summary of Work-related Injuries and Illnesses,” must be completed by February 1 using data from the previous calendar year. As a reminder, OSHA’s recordkeeping requirement does not apply to employers with 10 or fewer employees, or to

Commercial Auto Trends to Watch in 2021

Posted on February 10, 2021
Commercial Auto Trends to Watch in 2021 Whether they’re transporting materials and tools to worksites, hauling goods for deliveries or driving to meet clients—organizations of all sizes and industries rely on safe, functioning vehicles to serve their customers and generate profit. But, while utilizing a commercial fleet can offer numerous benefits, it can also create additional risks. As such, commercial auto insurance has become invaluable for any organization that operates vehicles as part of their

California Privacy Updates

Posted on February 10, 2021
[author: Andrew Burt]  NAVEX Global – JDSupra In November, California voters took a (yet another) sharp turn in the data privacy lane and passed Proposition 24, better known as the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA). This replaces the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), which itself just came into effect last year. That’s a lot of change in a small amount of time, and it can leave compliance officials with a lot of head-spinning questions: Why

Cal OSHA Covid 19

Posted on February 10, 2021
On Monday November 20, 2020, the Department of Industrial Relations issued a News Release announcing new Cal/OSHA Emergency Regulations that have now been approved by the Office of Administrative Law (OAL) and are effective 12/1/2020.  They will be inforce for 180 days unless extended.  These new regulations essentially apply to all businesses and all employees except those working exclusively from home. On 12/2/2020 Cal/OSHA released their frequently asked questions (FAQs) regarding the new regulations and
[author: Andrew Burt] In November, California voters took a (yet another) sharp turn in the data privacy lane and passed Proposition 24, better known as the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA). This replaces the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), which itself just came into effect last year. That’s a lot of change in a small amount of time, and it can leave compliance officials with a lot of head-spinning questions: Why did California change its
On Monday November 20, 2020, the Department of Industrial Relations issued a News Release announcing new Cal/OSHA Emergency Regulations that have now been approved by the Office of Administrative Law (OAL) and are effective 12/1/2020.  They will be inforce for 180 days unless extended.  These new regulations essentially apply to all businesses and all employees except those working exclusively from home. On 12/2/2020 Cal/OSHA released their frequently asked questions (FAQs) regarding the new regulations and