Disaster – wildfires, serious illness (COVID anyone?), and the ever-present specter of “the big-one!” – can be a game changer for any business. Even small events such as a burst pipe or loss of technical services can wreak havoc on businesses of all sizes. Adopting a workable standard approach to disaster planning can go a long way toward lowering your businesses risk of experience catastrophic failure should disaster strike.

California employers must post their 2021 annual summary of work-related injuries and illnesses – including those related to COVID-19 – in a visible and easily accessible area by February 1, 2022, per Cal/OSHA.

The Form 300A summary must be posted each year from February 1 through April 30.

To be recordable, an illness must be work-related and result in one of the following:

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