Associate, Fisher & Phillips LLP
Abby Harrington is an associate in Fisher Phillips’ San Francisco office. She represents employers in all aspects of labor and employment law.
Prior to law school Harrington worked as a teacher and a school administrator in both Nashville, TN, and Washington, D.C. During her time in law school, Harrington gained experience in the Individual Representation Clinic litigating a wage and hour case in Santa Clara Superior Court. She was the Executive Notes Editor for the UC Hastings Women’s Law Journal, Vice President of the Women’s Law Society, served on the Hastings Curriculum Committee, and competed on the Trial Team.
Session 3 - Injury and Illness Prevention Plans: Avoiding the Top Cal/OSHA Violation with an Effectively Implemented Program
October 14, 2021, 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
California law requires all employers to develop and implement written and effective IIPPs. This is a mandatory requirement, but year after year, it continues to be Cal/OSHA’s most violated standard. What makes this compliance requirement so challenging to meet?
This session will teach you how to create and develop a program that is effective in educating and empowering all employees in reducing or eliminating accidents and incidents through the use of risk assessment, employee engagement and communication, and active leadership support and involvement.
Our presenters will also explain the development and implementation of an IIPP and how to avoid compliance missteps in the Golden State.
You’ll also learn how to:
• Apply proven strategies for drafting and implementing an effective IIPP.
• Understand how an IIPP works.
• What belongs in an IIPP.
• Maintain complete, accurate, and compliant injury and illness records.