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Coming Events & Industry News:
FLC Harassment Prevention Instructors &/or Hazard ID Training
In English and Spanish
Attention FLCs, HR/Safety Personnel, Supervisors and others with training and/or safety management responsibilities! These training programs have been specially developed to assist with: (A) updated compliance information on SB 1087 (FLC Harassment Prevention), AB 1825 (Supervisor Harassment Training), and AB 2053 (Bullying) compliance requirements and implementation procedures. And (B) improved understanding and practices of effective hazard identification in agricultural operations for better IIPP implementation.
SAVE THE DATE
7th Annual Legislative Action Day
May 3, 2017
Citizen Hotel & State Capitol
Please plan to join us at our beautiful state Capitol for an exceptional day of political action. We start with morning educational sessions at the historic Citizen Hotel to learn about proposed legislation impacting agricultural employment. This year, we may have a good bill to change FLC licensing from annual to every two-years! Come show your support, and help us as we continue to clarify for legislators what FLCs are really about!
Registration will start in mid-March.
2017 Ag Employers Compliance Conference
Farm Labor Contractor 9-Hour Continuing Education Programs
AB 1513 Legal Challenge Extends Safe Harbor Deadline
Major Decisions Pending
Cal/OSHA Reminder to Employers: Post Annual Work-Related Injury and Illness Summaries
Cal/OSHA is reminding all employers in California of the yearly requirement to post their summaries of work-related injuries and illnesses from February 1 through April 30.
Extension on ACA Reporting Requirements
The US Treasury department has issued a notice extending significant deadlines for reporting on health insurance information to employees and to the IRS. This is a welcome reprieve for many employers struggling to meet the upcoming deadlines. For more information please click here.