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[Video] From Compliance to Culture: Building Safety with SB 553

June 5th, 2024 | 1 min. read

By Combined Team

From Compliance to Culture: Building Safety with SB 553

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Understanding the requirements of Senate Bill 553 (SB 553) is crucial for California businesses aiming to create a safer workplace. This video delves into the critical aspects of the Workplace Violence Prevention Plan that every qualifying business needs to implement. 

Navigating SB 553: Essentials of Workplace Violence Prevention Planning for California Businesses

Who Needs to Comply with SB 553?

All California businesses with 50 or more employees, including temporary and contract staff, must comply with SB 553. This webinar will guide you through the initial steps of determining if your business falls under this mandate, ensuring no entity is left unaware of its obligations. 

Crafting Your Workplace Violence Prevention Plan

Your prevention plan should serve as a comprehensive safety blueprint for your organization. It includes conducting a thorough risk assessment to identify potential vulnerabilities, reporting incidents promptly, and effectively responding to emergencies. Regular updates to the plan are required—at least annually or following significant operational changes. 

Beyond Compliance: Cultivating a Safe Work Environment

While compliance with SB 553 is mandatory, the ultimate goal is to foster a safe and positive work environment. This involves not just meeting the legal requirements but integrating the spirit of these guidelines into the everyday culture of your business. 




This video is not intended to be exhaustive nor should any discussion or opinions be construed as legal advice. Viewers should contact legal counsel for legal advice.