CA Workplace Violence Protection Plan

Do you have your Workplace Violence Protection Plan in place yet?


The new CA law SB553 and the upcoming implementation of California Labor Code section 6401.9 requires it be in place by July 1, 2024.

California employers will be required to implement additional measures for workplace safety. This legislation compels most non-health care related businesses to review and develop certain workplace violence measures by mandating the creation, execution, and ongoing maintenance of a Workplace Violence Prevention Plan (WVPP).

Cal/OSHA published a model written Workplace Violence Prevention Plan for General Industry (Non-Health Care settings), which is available as a resource guide for employers.  Employers may download the model form as a Word document here.

Employers may download the model form as a Word document here 

This will help you create your plan or add it to your IIPP.

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