Dedication to Safety
The goal of the Risk Management Committee is to review, develop, and maintain policies and practices that promote a safe and healthy workplace for all 49er Shops employees, customers, and guests. The Risk Management Committee has three primary objectives. The first is to mitigate any workplace risk by ensuring compliance with local, state, federal, and CSU regulatory standards. The second objective is to develop and maintain safety and health training programs that address the unique needs of our various operations. The third objective is to assess the financial impact of risk mitigation and to strategize opportunities to maximize corporate wide outcomes.
The Coronavirus Pandemic has had an unprecedented impact on our organization. We have not been immune to the challenges our country and the world has faced, in providing efforts and best practices to mitigate risk. Below are highlights of our efforts to ensure the safety of our employees, customers, and guests. It includes a detailed COVID Response Plan, and links to efforts in conjunction with our CSU campus.
COVID-19 Prevention Program
Our COVID-19 Prevention Program (CPP) is designed to control exposures to the SARS-CoV-2 virus that may occur in our workplace. These standards and procedures are developed in response to CDC and Cal/OSHA regulatory guidelines, as well as regulatory compliance through the local health department and campus safety requirements.
- COVID-19 Prevention Program (CPP) (pdf)
- Appendix A: Identification of COVID-19 Hazards (pdf)
- Appendix B: COVID-19 Inspections (pdf)
- Appendix D: COVID-19 Training Roster (pdf)
- CPP Acknowledgment Form (pdf)
City of Long Beach Social Distancing Protocol
The City of Long Beach requires a Social Distancing Protocol for all its employees and guests. Similar to the COVID-19 Response Plan, it provides high level detail of our efforts, that align with the requirements set by the Long Beach Health Department and local government
Our Employee Training Program
Training is critical, as we all work in a new environment. The Shops has always prioritized the health and safety of its employees, but this is now at a greater forefront, more than ever. Employees are required to complete the following trainings
- General COVID Awareness Training
All supervisors and management
- General COVID Awareness Training
- Supervisor Guide - Return to Work
- Alliant Risk Management - COVID Awareness Training
Our Employee Symptom Survey
It is critical that as we continue to work, and begin to reopen locations we need to ensure that all employees and guests are safe and well. In partnership with the campus, we are asking that all 49er Shops employees and vendors who are coming to work, and into our locations complete and Employee Symptom Check before they report to work. Ideally, this should be completed at home. The survey is accessible via the campus Single-Sign-On. Employees that are sick are asked to stay home and to not report to work.
To learn more about this survey, and the clearance process, please visit Social Distancing at all Cal State Long Beach Facilities.
Campus COVID Resources and Efforts
To learn more about the campus efforts, resources on COVID related CDC guidelines, campus directives, and frequently asked questions please visit Reuniting the Beach. For information on the vaccination distribution on campus, please visit the Vaccine Info page.
Health and Safety Summary
We feel that it is important to share with our employees our efforts. It is just as important for us to also share these with the public and the greater campus community. Please see our Health and Safety Summary webpage.
Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP)
The 49er Shops is dedicated to providing a safe and healthy working environment for staff, students, and the general public. To help achieve this goal, the 49er Shops will promote a comprehensive Injury and Illness Prevention Plan (IIPP) that integrates collaborative and cooperative efforts by the entire Forty-Niner Shops community to identify and eliminate unsafe conditions and practices, to control health hazards, and to comply fully with all applicable safety and health regulations.
Facility audits are performed quarterly in accordance with the IIPP standards. Manager's will inspect and take direct and preventative actions to eliminate unsafe conditions in the workplace.
Facility Audit Schedule
- Bookstore Audits: January, April, July, October
- Includes departments 301, 307, 311, 316, 317, 320, 326, 501
- Dining Audits: February, May, August, November
- Includes departments 313, 321, 325, 405, 406, 411, 413, 414, 415, 418, 430, 433, 435, 444, 450
- Corporate Audits: January, April, July, October
- Includes departments 201, 202, 203, 204, 205, 206, 423
September 14, 2022
July 20, 2022
May 25, 2022
April 20, 2022
March 16, 2022
February 16, 2022
December 15, 2021
November 17, 2021
September 8, 2021