Your Path to Workplace Safety Starts Here

State Fund’s safety resource center helps you provide a safe workplace for your employees and build a commitment to safety at your workplace.


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Here are three critical workplace safety concerns for California employers:

Injury & Illness
Prevention Program

Heat Illness


Preventing Coronavirus in the Workplace

Prevention is the key in avoiding Coronavirus. Read about steps you can take to help protect your workplace and employees.


In The News…

CPR and AEDs Can Be a Life Saver

More than 350,000 people suffer out-of-hospital cardiac arrest every year in the United States. Approximately ten percent survive. CPR and AED training can prepare your staff to respond quickly if someone at your workplace goes into cardiac arrest.

Eye Discomfort? Try the 20-20-20 Rule

Computers and mobile devices are an big part of our work day, but staring at these screens too long can lead to eye and muscle discomfort. The 20-20-20 Rule helps you reduce that discomfort.

California's New Laws for Reporting Serious Injuries

The new year brings new laws for reporting serious injuries. Effective January 1, 2020, California’s definition of “serious injury” changes, as does the method employers use to report those injuries to Cal/OSHA.

Rescuing a Worker Trapped in a Confined Space

Practice your confined space rescue plan often so employees know what to do if a coworker becomes trapped.