Mandatory: Every business in California must have an Injury Illness Prevention Plan. As a business owner, you have several options depending on your industry and the amount of work you want to put into it.
Option 1: Do-It-Yourself. OSHA has developed a free electronic wizard “etool” to assist you in developing an IIPP from scratch!
Option 2: For low hazard and small businesses you can download a questionnaire which will assist our Safety Partner in creating a complete IIPP manual for you, with a quick turn around time. Member price: $995, Non Member: $1495.
Option 3: For high hazard and complex IIPP's, we will work with you to develop an IIPP specific to your business. This option includes on site visits and is customized. To get started, please complete this self assessment. Upon completion of the assessment, our safety partner will review the results and provide you with a free consultation and a quote to plan a path to becoming compliant.
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"DAYS after we instituted our Injury & Illness Prevention Program one of our employees got injured. The Cal-OSHA guy was amazed that we had all our documentation immediately available and honestly I think because we were organized and cooperative they cut our penalties way down. I shudder to think what would have happened if we had NOTHING in writing like we did a couple years ago!! So thank you so much for your company’s services."
Catherine Pilibos West
Stephen Investments, Inc.