The foremost goal of our Safety & Risk Control services at Morris & Garritano is to empower business owners to build and maintain a strong safety culture within their organization. We are committed to supporting our clients in reducing the frequency and severity potential of workplace incidents, avoiding unnecessary expenses, and improving operational efficiency.

Through our expertise and insight, we partner with you to establish sustainable risk management strategies and best practices that can enhance the effectiveness of your safety program and reduce your overall cost of risk. We place a strong focus on leading indicators that measure performance rather than failure and promote continuous improvement. Our consultants take a personal approach to risk control so that we may understand your business and offer practical solutions that meet your unique needs.

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We recognize that the emergence of new hazards and rapidly changing regulatory requirements has made workplace safety increasingly challenging for employers. We maintain up-to-date knowledge of changes in both Federal and State workplace safety standards as well as enforcement trends to help you achieve sustainable compliance and avoid costly fines.

Morris & Garritano’s Safety & Risk Control Services provides support in the following areas:

  • Written safety program assessment and development
  • Safety training guidance and resources
  • Workplace hazard identification and injury trend analysis
  • Accident investigation and root cause analysis assistance
  • Workplace safety regulatory compliance consulting
  • Cal OSHA citation appeal support
  • Easy-to-use online OSHA Incident Recordkeeping Log

Tools & Resources

Cal/ OSHA

Well-versed in the intricacies and difficulties of understanding compliance requirements, our team of experts are trusted industry leaders in ensuring our clients feel comfortable and confident in their understanding of these impacts on their business.

Safety & Risk Control Education

For generations, we’ve prided ourselves on providing peace of mind to our clients by offering helpful resources, easy-to-understand education, and personalized service.

SB 553: Workplace Violence Prevention

Senate Bill (SB) 553 focuses on occupational safety and preventing workplace violence by requiring nearly every employer in the state of California to adopt comprehensive Workplace Violence Prevention Plans (WVPP) starting on July 1, 2024. 

Public WVPP Resources

Cal/OSHA released a Model WVPP to guide the development of your own plan, complemented by Fact Sheets detailing essential employer responsibilities such as WVPP creation, incident logging, recordkeeping, and staff training. Access these resources at Cal/OSHA Publications – Workplace Violence Prevention.

Legal Expertise & More with Fisher Phillips

Looking for a more specialized approach with a legal firm to address the complexities of workplace violence? All Morris & Garritano clients can access the below services at a discounted rate. To access these resources, please complete our Risk Management Inquiry Form and our Risk Management Team will follow up.

Template Package  
  • WVPP Template Written Plan, including:
  • Compliance Checklist
  • Workplace Violence Hazard Assessment Checklist
  • Inspection Checklist
  • Violent Incident Log Template
  • Investigation Report Template
  • Template Training PowerPoint (PPT)
  • Template Notices to Third-Party Employers and Union Representatives
 Add-On Services Available:   
  • Security Assessments
  • Active Shooter Training
  • On-Site Training
 

Comprehensive Program Solution

Morris & Garritano Workers’ Compensation clients are eligible to receive discounted documentation services through our Safety Partner Program with GotSafety.  The flat-rate fee provides access to all safety programs required by both Federal & State OSHA, including a WVPP template based on SB 553 requirements. Learn more or request access via our Risk Management Inquiry Form.

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