Hotel Housekeeping Musculoskeletal Injury Prevention Program – March 19, 2019 (Eng SM)

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Hotel Housekeeping Musculoskeletal Injury Prevention Program 

Tuesday, March 19, 2019
9:00 AM – 12:00 PM (English)


After nearly six years of discussion and debate the Cal/OSHA Standards Board approved a standard for Hotel Housekeeping Musculoskeletal Injury Prevention. This went into effect on July 1, 2018. The new regulation under Title 8 Section 3345 requires employers in the hotel and lodging industry to establish, implement and maintain an effective Musculoskeletal Injury Prevention Program. .




Presented By:

1525 E. Main Street, Santa Maria CA 93454

Cost: FREE



  • The common musculoskeletal injuries among hotel housekeepers.
  • Identifying the sources of musculoskeletal risks in hotel housekeeping
  • Controlling musculoskeletal risks among hotel housekeepers
  • Developing a  Musculoskeletal Injury Prevention Plan (MIPP)
Please make sure all attendees arrive at least 15 minutes ahead to sign in; classes will begin on time. Ample free parking is available in the rear of the building.
Parking is limited to 2-hours directly in front of the office. There is all-day parking available surrounding the city park across the street, as well as a parking structure on Santa Clara Street between California & Chestnut.

Register By: February 26, 2019

If registering after this date, please call us to confirm availability. If you require any special accommodations, please inform us when registering for the seminar. Seminar schedules are subject to change; all registrations will be confirmed upon receipt.


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Or, register by phone to:

Loss Control Department:

(805) 361-7457


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About the Speaker

Presenter: Bonnie Sander, MS, CIH, CSP, CAE – Loss Prevention Engineer Specialist

Bonnie has 30 years of safety and health experience. Twenty six of those years have been at the State Fund initially as an Industrial Hygienist. For the past 5 years she has been focused on Ergonomics. She has a MS in Environmental Health and Science from the University of California, Los Angeles.