Cal/OSHA Requires Musculoskeletal Injury Prevention Program (MIPP) for Housekeeping Workers by Sept. 29 2018

4 Sep

Don't Wait - 2

A new Cal-OSHA regulation for housekeeping safety requires California lodging establishments to have an effective, written Musculoskeletal Injury Prevention Program (MIPP).  Hotels and properties that wait until the last minute will be feeling the heat, as they will need to scurry to develop the required program and conduct the initial worksite assessment, within the standard’s effective date of October 1, 2018.

What you need:

  1. Determine responsible party
  2. Assess hazards on your property
  3. Assess worksite hazards
  4. Interview housekeepers and ask for suggestions
  5. Conduct worksite evaluations
  6. Recognize safe employees
  7. Communicate with housekeepers about results of interviews
  8. Create hazard worksheet
  9. Determine any necessary changes
  10. Post results
  11. Write Plan, including appropriate, inclusive, accident report form
  12. Train housekeepers on findings
  13. Retrain annually

What CalWorkSafety LLC will do for your property:

  1. Determine responsible party
  2. Assess hazards on your property
  3. Assess worksite hazards
  4. Interview housekeepers and ask for suggestions
  5. Conduct worksite evaluations
  6. Recognize safe employees
  7. Communicate with housekeepers about results of interviews
  8. Create hazard worksheet
  9. Determine any necessary changes
  10. Post results
  11. Write Plan, including appropriate, inclusive, accident report form
  12. Train housekeepers and management as required

And, if requested: Retrain annually

Ask for a quote for your property. Remember, this plan is required by Cal/OSHA no later than September 29, 2018. We are here to help you remain Cal/OSHA compliant.

Our experts at CalWorkSafety are here to help you stay Cal-OSHA compliant with these new regulations and we strongly advise you not to wait and create more stress for you and your team than is necessary. Contact us today!

Ralph Dorwin   (562) 743 4719   rdorwin@gmail.com   ~  or  ~   calworksafety.com

 

 

 

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