Forms & Guides

Recordkeeping Requirements

Recording of work-related fatalities, injuries, and illnesses does not mean that the employer or employee was at fault, that a Cal/OSHA rule was violated, or that the employee is eligible for workers’ compensation or other benefits.

The forms contain information relating to employee health and must be used in a manner that protects the confidentiality of the employee to the best extent possible, while the information is being used for occupational safety and health programs.

CalOSHA Form 300 - Log

Cal/OSHA Form 300A - Annual Summary

Cal/OSHA Form 301 - Incident report Form

Recordkeeping Forms - Excel Format

Memos - Seasonal and Current Issues

Holiday Decorations

Recordkeeping Requirements

Facility Inspections

Automated External Defibrilators

Training and Resource Materials

Guideline for Conducting Facility Evaluations for Loss Prevention and Safety

Conducting facility evaluations for loss prevention and safety can be completed by your existing safety staff, facilities staff, or other employees.

Standardized Ergonomics Product List

Facility Evaluations for Loss Prevention and Safety

CEO Risk Management Branch developed the attached "Quarterly Facility Self-Inspection Checklist" which focuses on areas with the highest risk potential.

Chief Executive Office Risk Management Branch

Loss Control and Prevention Section

Facility Inspections Guidelines

EHS Best Practices

Facility EHS Management Best Practice Standards were established to serve as the standard for all Lead-based Paint, Asbestos and Mold / Water Damage related jobs at LA County workplaces. The diligent use of these standards will strengthen regulatory compliance and enhance occupational health protections for LA County workplaces.

Asbestos Consultant

Asbestos Abatement & Removal

Lead-Based Paint Removal

Mold Consultant Remediation Vendor

Moisture Intrusion Decision Tree

EPA Mold Remediation

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