Comply with the Workplace Violence Prevention Lawwith FaceUp

In California, employers are obligated to develop a comprehensive workplace violence prevention plan, provide employee training and maintain a violent incident log about every incident. FaceUp ensures your incident log is thorough and meets compliance standards


Effective July 1st, 2024

Requirements underSenate Bill 553

The law requires three main actions: creating a workplace violence prevention plan, implementing workplace violence training, and keeping a detailed violent incident log.

The plan must include clear procedures for reporting violence, prohibiting retaliation, effective communication about incidents, hazard identification, post-incident responses, and regular plan reviews.

Every incident of workplace violence must be documented in a violent incident log which is crucial for ensuring compliance with legal requirements. 

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FaceUp enables employees to speak-up about any workplace violence or safety issues they witness, or think they witness, without fear of retaliation.

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Frequently asked questions about the California Workplace Violence Prevention Law

What are the requirements under SB 553?
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