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Why Register for SB 553 Workplace Violence Prevention Plan Training?

Don't get buried in the books. Let us help you! To comply with SB 553, you must create your Workplace Violence Prevention Plan, violent incident log, investigation procedures, and roll out training to all employees by July 1st, 2024! Let us help you decipher the requirements before it's too late.

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Elevate Workplace Safety: 

Master the Mandatory Workplace Violence Prevention Plan Before the July 1st Deadline

Ensuring a safe and secure workplace is a top priority, and with the new legislation (SB 553) mandating the implementation of a Workplace Violence Prevention Plan, the responsibility has never been more crucial. Learn how to be in compliance and implement your plan before Cal/OSHA enforcement begins on July 1st.

  • Navigate the Future: Develop a comprehensive understanding of SB 553's Workplace Violence Standard. Navigate the intricacies with expert guidance and ensure your workplace is well-prepared.

  • Impact on Your Workplace: Discover how the legislative changes will directly affect your organization. Gain insights that go beyond compliance, allowing you to proactively shape a safer and more secure work environment.

  • Strategic Compliance: Equip yourself with practical strategies and best practices to create a compliant plan. From employee training to incident log management, you'll be empowered with the knowledge necessary to guide your organization confidently. 

  • Get immediate access to our On-Demand Training Now for $97!

    What Makes Us Different?

  • I am one of the very few instructors that have both the HR expertise from real world practical experience and the deep understanding of the legal/compliance requirements as an attorney

  • I provide relatable examples to help you apply the complex legal requirements so they're understandable  

  • We limit the class size because I want each student to personally interact with me

  • We reinforce learning and make it fun by constantly improving and gamifying the learning experience

  • In addition to the Recorded Training, you will also receive these BONUSES:

    1 Year Access

    There is a lot of material that gets very technical. Unlike a live in-person event, you can go back and access to the training and materials for a full year. 

    Slide Deck

    Our Slide Deck is full of details that list the requirements and examples. Get access to the full Slide Deck from the training.

    HR's Checklist to SB 553:

    Crafting Your Effective Workplace Violence Prevention Plan

    We've created an easy to use Checklist to get you started!


    You will get access to the transcription of the training, so you can easily skip to specific sections when you're reviewing the training or search for specific key words.

    Meet Your Instructor

    Founder | Employment Attorney | HR Leader

    Ashley Huynh, Esq., PHR, SHRM-CP

    Ashley Huynh’s mission is to support HR professionals' continual learning and to become experts in the HR field. She provides training, support, and mentorship to HR professionals as a speaker at PIHRA's annual HR Conference (CAHR23) and PIHRA's California Employment Law Update (CELU23), mentoring students for Cal Poly Pomona's Mentorship Program, and a judge at the CalSHRM Student HR Competition. She has built her expertise over 25 years as a legal, business, and human resources leader for start-ups, mid-sized organizations, and Fortune 100 companies.

    She is the Founder of The HR Attorney, an employment law practice, and BEDR HR, which provides HR training, courses and programs. Her expertise allows HR professionals to focus on growth while she supports them in HR compliance and litigation prevention. She is highly skilled in the full range of proactive HR compliance, including workplace violence prevention, wage and hour audits, employee and management training, workplace harassment/ discrimination investigation, implementation of processes and policies to be in compliance with legal requirements, and employee handbook/policy development.

    Ashley has earned her J.D. from Southwestern University School of Law. In addition, Ashley has received a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a specialization in Business Administration from UCLA, and has attained the PHR and SHRM-CP certifications.

    As seen below, Ashley is a recognized speaker and trainer:

    Frequently Asked Questions

    We know you'd still have questions, so that's why we prepared this section just for you.

    ▶ Is this course online or in-person? What if I miss a session?

    Is this training live or recorded? This training is recorded, and available on-demand.

    ▶ Can you provide more details to the structure of the course?

    How long is the training? We pack a lot of details into one hour.

    ▶ How much time do I need to invest per week to this course?

    How much time will it take me to fully implement the Workplace Violence Prevention Plan along with all the requirements of SB 553? That will vary significantly based upon the size and complexity of your organization. I would give myself at least 1-2 months, but larger and more complex organizations would need more time.

    ▶ Do I need any experience for PHR or SPHR exam?

    Yes, please see details below about HRCI's eligibility criteria. 


    For the PHR exam, you need:

    -A minimum of 1 year of experience in a professional-level HR position with a Master's degree or higher, OR

    -A minimum of 2 years of experience in a professional-level HR position with a Bachelor's degree, OR

    -A minimum of 4 years of experience in a professional-level HR position with less than a High School diploma or (or equivalent)


    For the SPHR exam, you need:

    -A minimum of 4 years of experience in a professional-level HR position with a Master’s degree or higher, OR

    -A minimum of 5 years of experience in a professional-level HR position with a Bachelor’s degree, OR

    -A minimum of 7 years of experience in a professional-level HR position with less than a High School diploma or (or equivalent)

    ▶ Do I need any experience for SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP exam?

    Yes, please see details below about SHRM's eligibility criteria. 


    From SHRM's website, "candidates for the SHRM-CP certification are not required to hold an HR title and do not need a degree or previous HR experience to apply; however, a basic working knowledge of HR practices and principles or a degree from an Academically Aligned program is recommended."


    For the SHRM-SCP exam, individuals should have "a work history of at least 3 years performing strategic level HR/HR-related duties; or for SHRM-CP credential holders who have held the credential for at least 3 years and are working in, or are in the process of transitioning to, a strategic level role." In addition, "applicants must be able to demonstrate that they devoted at least 1,000 hours per calendar year (Jan. – Dec.) to strategic level HR/HR-related work."

    ▶ How long do I have access to the LMS?

    How long do I have access to the training? You have 1 year from your purchase date.

    ▶ Why take a course instead of self-study?

    I feel so overwhelmed by everything that needs to be done. Can you create the Workplace Violence Prevention Plan, and everything else I need to do to meet the SB 553 requirements for our organization? Yes, we have a done for you option. We can create the plan for you, and support you to get it fully implemented. Schedule a call with me to learn more:

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