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Fulfill California’s Sexual Harassment Avoidance Training Requirements

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Sexual Harassment Avoidance Training 

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California employers with five or more employees are required to provide sexual harassment prevention training to all employees by January 1, 2021. The Cooperative of American Physicians, Inc. (CAP) recommends that your practice train its employees as soon as possible.

Through the end of 2020, CAP is waiving the membership requirement and allowing our prospective members complimentary access to both the two-hour supervisory course and the one-hour non-supervisory course for your employees. Please complete the form to receive instructions for you and your staff members.

Note: On August 30, 2019, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed SB 778 into law which extended the previous training deadline from January 1, 2020 to January 1, 2021. All employees who have been hired or employees who have been promoted to supervisor positions since September 2018 must be trained within six months of hire or promotion. SB 778 does not change this requirement.

These courses are being offered to a select group of prospective CAP members, so we request that you do not share the link with any individuals outside of your practice. Thank you for understanding.

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CAP members receive medical liability protection from the Mutual Protection Trust (MPT). Since 2006, MPT has earned A.M. Best Company′s A+ (Superior) rating, demonstrating MPT′s financial strength and its ability to meet ongoing coverage and contractual obligations.

The Mutual Protection Trust (MPT) is authorized under Section 1280.7 of the California Insurance Code as an unincorporated interindemnity arrangement among physician members of the Cooperative of American Physicians, Inc. (CAP). Members do not pay insurance premiums. Instead, they pay tax-deductible assessments, based on risk classifications, for the amount necessary to pay claims and administrative costs. No assurance can be given as to the amount or frequency of assessments. Members also make a tax-deductible Initial Trust Deposit, which is refundable according to the terms of the MPT Agreement. ©