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IIPP Program (Injury, Illness Prevention Program)

Mandatory: Every business in California must have an Illness and Injury Prevention Plan.  

CEA offers four options to help you:


Option 1:  OSHA has developed an electronic wizard “etool” to assist you in revising your current IIPP or developing a new one from scratch! To read more about this, check this quick article on our blog.

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Option 2:  Purchase CEA's downloadable IIPP program. This template guides you through the process of establishing your own customized IIPP. It follows the guidelines outlined in the CAL/OSHA Procedures for developing the Injury and Illness Prevention Program and is designed to meet Cal/OSHA requirements as required by Title 8 of the California Code of Regulations.



Option 3:  Have a CEA professional work with you to develop an IIPP specific to your business. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , so we can get started.


Option 4:
  For complex or high hazard industries, we will put you in touch with our professional Environmental, Health & Safety (EHS) resource partner, Boretti Inc., and as a CEA member you will receive discounted pricing.

 

Need a safety assessment? How about help developing a safety program from scratch? Has OSHA been knocking on your door? Boretti Inc. can lighten your workload by assisting you with these and other complex safety concerns. For more information, click here.

CEA Comprehensive Compliance Kit
Boretti’s organization helped design CEA’s IIPP Compliance Kit. The kit contains everything a California business could potentially need for meeting their industry requirement for safety. Keep in mind, your organization is responsible for providing required safety training for your employees. CEA and Boretti Inc. can help your organization determine, plan, and train using onsite, online, or video training resources. We’ve got you covered.