Operating a safe workplace is critical to the success of a business. It is the obligation of all California businesses to ensure their employees are safe at work.
CAL/OSHA requirements for businesses include:
- Injury and Illness Prevention Program
- Occupational health and safety regulations that may apply to cannabis businesses
- Enrolling in the CAL/OSHA 30-hour Standards for General Industry Training (not the federal OSHA 30-hour training).
Experiencing labor violations or wage theft? You can file a complaint with the Department of Industrial Relations.
Several Cal/OSHA regulations apply to workplaces in the cannabis industry, including the Injury and Illness Prevention Program, occupational health and safety regulations, and specific trainings.
Licensees may provide housing for employees during growing and harvest seasons. Learn more about the Employee Housing Program and available resources.