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Hot Stuff - How to Handle!

We all are having to deal with the HEAT. One way or another, we all have to deal with it. Whether we are at work in it or just performing the tasks around the house, we all must be aware of just how deadly ignoring the symptoms can be. In an article from Safety and Health Magazine, July 26, 2020, some of the stats reported are: "Heat related illnesses accounted for 783 worker deaths and nearly 70,000 serious injuries in the U.S from 1992 -2016. In 2018 alone, 3,950 workers experienced days away from work as a result of nonfatal injuries and illnesses from on the job heat exposure." Part of your job as an employer is to provide a safe working environment....and heat illness and injury is d

Employee Return to Work During Covid 19

During this stressfull time enduring all the implications and frustrations of dealing with Covid 19, we must address another issues which seems to be arising. That issue is with Employees and returning to work. All of us have been encountering the unknown, new 'laws' which have been put into effect which just don't make sense and lastly, the FEAR which is being blown out of proportion. Most families with students also had to deal with children who 'couldn't" go to school. Add onto that the financial hardship encountered in dealing with what was once a stable society and everyone is dealing with reactions which are blown out of proportion or just seem to arise out of nowhere......very unpre

Sample Return To Work Action Plan

For everyone in California, your business must have a "Return to Work Action Plan" in place to reopen or to continue to remain open. OSHA will be llooking for your specific industry program (office sample HERE) if they come out for an inspection. Remember, it must be in writing, implemented (everyone trained on it with records of tthat training, and that it is monitored through proper disciplinary actions.) If you need a particular plan for your business, just email me or contact me and I will provide a copy of a sample plan and guidance from OSHA at no cost. We are here to help you and your business. You can reach me at the following: Tel 909-481-7222 Glenn@Complia

OSHA Safe & Sound Week Webinar

In keeping with our Authorized Trainer status with OSHA and our committment to Safety, we are presenting this years Safe & Sound Webinar. We are going to be covering avoiding OSHA Fines through having the correct standards met and some of the questions raised by so many people concerning Covid and their business. We will be holding the webinar on Wednesday, Aug 12th from 10am to 11am. Here is the information if you wish to attend: Glenn Salter is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Topic: OSHA Safe & Sound Week - Avoidng OSHA Fines and Covid & Your Business Time: Aug 12, 2020 10:00 AM Pacific Time (US and Canada) Join Zoom Meeting

Is Your COVID Infection Work Related?

Well, so many of you have asked about COVID and Workers Compensation and OSHA reporting and how do we know if COVID was really work related. So we have supplied some information which might just help you out with some of those questions. It is our HR Brief which addresses guidance for determingin whether COVID is work related and preparing for a Second Wave.. The State of California has mandated that businesses are to report new COVID to their Workers Compensation carrier UNLESS they know for sure the infected person acquired COVID away from work. The statute also stated the cases won't be held against your EX MOD ( at least in theory as they say). So feel free to click HERE to read up o

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DELANEY Insurance Agency, Inc.


Address:   Delaney Insurance Agency, Inc.

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

Fax:         909-481-7217

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