Welcome to the second post for the blog mini-series: Distance Learning Safety Protocols for the Educator and the Student.
Welcome to the second post for the blog mini-series: Distance Learning Safety Protocols for the Educator and the Student: Signs of Child Abuse
Under SB 1343 all employers in California with five or more employees are required to provide at least two hours of interactive training regarding harassment prevention to all supervisory employees and one hour for all non-supervisory employees.
Welcome to the first post of the mini blog series: Distance Learning Safety Protocols for the Educator and Student. Over the next few weeks, we will continue to post recommendations and best practices which address various safety aspects of distance learning, including grooming, signs of child abuse, student medical emergencies, cyberbullying, and managing the online classroom.
Cal/OSHA released guidance on strategies for optimizing the availability of respirators for wildfire smoke events.
The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) has announced a revision to the Custody and Control Form (CCF) used for drug and alcohol testing.
Many legislative changes due to COVID-19 have occurred recently regarding Workers' Compensation coverage, claims, and claims handling. PRISM staff has complied this latest update of information on the changes.
Compilation of various PRISM resources, links, and information for members affected by Wildfires.
Some PRISM members with drug and alcohol testing programs are finding it difficult to administer their programs in light of the pandemic.
Employee Benefits and Healthcare Resources for PRISM members dealing with the recent wildfires, and other catastrophic events.
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