Delaney Blog

Interviews: What is Illegal to Ask?

We all must hire new individuals at some time. I know it is time consuming and sometimes feels hopeless. But the good candidates are out there. So are the bad ones who live off of bringing lawsuits to potential hiring companies. Here are some ways in which to protect yourself and company against those types of people. Federal and state laws generally require employers to limit their interview questions to those that are essential for determining if a person is qualified for the job. In general, employers should not ask about race, gender, religion, marital status, national origin or age because that information is irrelevant in determining if an applicant is qualified for the job. Also,

OSHA Heat Warning

Everyone has heard it is going to be very hot. As employers, you have a responsibility for making sure your Heat Injury & Illness Program is up and going fine. This is what Ca?OSHA has just issued for all: Cal/OSHA is prompting all employers with outdoor workers to review their heat illness prevention plan and protect their employees ahead of excessive heat in parts of central and southern California. The National Weather Service is forecasting record heat from San Luis Obispo through Los Angeles on Friday and Saturday, while triple-digit temperatures are expected in the Central Valley this weekend. “To effectively prevent heat illness, employers must have a plan that includes procedures fo

New Law for Hotels & Lodging Establishments

The Cal/OSHA Standards Board recently approved a standard on “Hotel Housekeeping Musculoskeletal Injury Prevention.” The final regulation is effective July 1, 2018. Worker representatives claim that hospitality workers are exposed to serious occupational risks in the course of their normal work duties and need additional safekeeping. Requirements of the New Rule The new standard applies to “lodging establishments", which is defined as any establishment that contains sleeping room accommodations that are rented or otherwise provided to the public, such as hotels, motels, resorts, and bed and breakfast inns. Under the new rule, each covered employer is required to establish and maintain a wr

It's Real Folks!

Two Workers Killed By Falling Countertop Slabs in New York June 27, 2018, edited by Glenn Salter Yes, death can happen in an instant. Your whole life can change so quickly it is beyond physics. How can someone be there....then they are gone? When addressing accidents at work, typically, they result from a lack of proper monitoring. What does that mean? Well, someone is observing you do what ever it is that puts you into harms way .... and they aren't say anything....including your foreman or shift manager. We don't know all the answers yet, but the impact is still felt......and NOW they are working with the Safety people.....Wouldn't it have been nice to be working with them BEFORE an a

Visit our Facebook Page
Featured Posts
Recent Posts
Archive
Follow Us
  • Facebook Basic Square
  • Twitter Basic Square
  • LinkedIn Social Icon
Tel: 909-481-7222

DELANEY Insurance Agency, Inc.

CONTACT US

Email:      compliance@delaneyins.com
Address:   Delaney Insurance Agency, Inc.

               8231 White Oak Ave.
               Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
Phone:     909-481-7222

Fax:         909-481-7217

License     0725700

  • Facebook Social Icon
  • Twitter Social Icon

Serving the following cities: Rancho Cucamonga, Ontario, Fontana, Upland, Chino, Chino Hills, Montclair, Caremont, Pomona, LaVerne, San Dimas, Rialto, Bloomington, Riverside, San Bernardino, Loma Linda, Crestmore Heights, Jurupa Valley, Corona, Castle Park, Orange, Azusa, Covina, West Covina, Walnut, Los Angeles, Pasadena, Baldwin Park, Hacienda Heights, Rowland Heights, La Habra, Whittier, Industry, El Monte, Temple City, Fullerton, Buena Park, Yorba Linda, Placentia, Brea