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2022 Cal/OSHA Summit

October 5-7, 2022 | San Diego, CA


CONFERENCE SNAPSHOT: Learn from California's top safety attorneys and risk management consultants as well as your peers on how to avoid costly Cal/OSHA fines and penalties on important issues surrounding your organization.


Over the last 2 years, the California Division of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (Cal/OSHA) has been busy enforcing COVID-19 safety protocols and holding employers accountable for not following these rules, but that hasn't been its only focus. Between COVID-19 masking, testing, and vaccine standards, Cal/OSHA has also:

  • Created a new Aerosol Transmissible Diseases (ATD) Standard in response to COVID-19,
  • Changed the definition of what a serious injury and/or illness is and how these incidents can be reported to Cal/OSHA,
  • Created two new classes of safety and health violations: enterprisewide and egregious,
  • Adopted an emergency regulation to protect workers from wildfire smoke,
  • Implemented heat illness prevention requirements,
  • And more!

Keeping workers safe and incident-free should always be top of mind, but with all the changing safety guidelines coming down from Cal/OSHA, it's hard to keep up.

But fear not: Cal/OSHA Summit 2022—the leading state-specific event for California employers and safety professionals—will provide guidance for complying with the latest developments on new safety regulations, help you better understand your injury and illness recordkeeping requirements, and recognize strategies for overcoming all the specific nuances of Cal/OSHA regulations. 

You'll learn:

  • What's coming down the pike from Cal/OSHA as we head into 2023,
  • How to comply with the ever-changing regulations surrounding COVID-19,
  • How to avoid ending up on Cal/OSHA's top 10 list,
  • What to include in your heat illness prevention plan,
  • How to train workers to maintain a better safety culture,
  • Why you need alliances in order for your safety culture to work,
  • How to assess worker behavior to prevent an incident of workplace violence,
  • And more!

Pre-Conference Agenda

Pre-Conference Workshops—Wednesday, October 5, 2022

*Additional registration required.

Choose an AM or a PM workshop, or attend both and save $99!

8:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.
Registration and Networking Continental Breakfast

AM Pre-Conference | Cal/OSHA 101: Understanding and Complying with the Nation’s Strictest Workplace Safety Laws

9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Presented by Joshua Schultz, Attorney, Law Office of Adele L. Abrams, P.C.

When considering the effectiveness of workplace safety regulations, some debate whether strong standards alone are sufficient to protect workers, or whether strong standards are of little value without equally strong enforcement. These questions often come up when comparing the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and Cal/OSHA, and, at least in the area of standard-setting, Cal/OSHA is significantly stricter than its federal counterpart.

When comparing federal OSHA and Cal/OSHA, it is important to emphasize that states generally have fewer obstacles to overcome in issuing regulations of any type than a federal agency, which must account for greater state-by-state diversity, demands from many more stakeholders, and pressure from more political leaders.

With that being said, Cal/OSHA has been aggressive in issuing standards that either are more stringent than federal OSHA’s baseline standards or have no federal counterpart at all. As a safety professional, you must stay on top of the changing landscape surrounding Cal/OSHA, and that means knowing the ins and outs of the law and how to comply with the nation’s strictest workplace safety law.

This informative session, along with an interactive Jeopardy-style component, will cover the key differences between Cal/OSHA and federal OSHA and provide a broad overview of the basic steps to building a Cal/OSHA-compliant safety program.

We’ll also cover:

  • The unique Cal/OSHA enforcement priorities and processes;
  • How to handle frequent agency inspections;
  • The Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) and other written plan requirements;
  • Compliance with new standards, such as indoor heat hazards and heat stress;
  • Training techniques to remain in compliance; and
  • Tips and tricks for multistate compliance for California employers that operate in other states.


12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Lunch on Your Own

PM Pre-Conference | IIPP: A Deep Dive into Creating an Injury and Illness Prevention Program to Keep Your Workforce Safe and Incident Free

1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Presented by Steve Alvarado, Partner, Fisher & Phillips LLP

California law requires all employers to develop and implement written and effective IIPPs. This is a mandatory requirement, but year after year, it continues to be Cal/OSHA’s most violated standard. What makes this compliance requirement so challenging to meet?

This session will teach you how to create and develop a program that is effective in educating and empowering all employees in reducing or eliminating accidents and incidents through the use of risk assessment, employee engagement and communication, and active leadership support and involvement.

Our presenter will also explain the development and implementation of an IIPP and how to avoid compliance missteps in the Golden State.

You’ll also learn how to:

  • Apply proven strategies for drafting and implementing an effective IIPP,
  • Understand how an IIPP works,
  • Recognize the costs associated with workplace injuries and illnesses and why having an IIPP is so important,
  • Identify what belongs in an IIPP,
  • Maintain complete, accurate, and compliant injury and illness records, and
  • Gain insight into potential rulemaking at Cal/OSHA that could significantly increase the electronic recordkeeping burden for employers in the state.

Agenda

Thursday, October 6, 2022—Main Conference Day 1

8:00 a.m. – 8:55 a.m.
Registration and Networking Continental Breakfast

8:55 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.
Welcome and Opening Remarks

9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.
Keynote Session: Non-COVID-Related Regulatory Updates and Changes to Keep Your Organization in Compliance
Presented by Jeff Killip, JD MPH, Chief, Cal/OSHA

COVID, COVID, COVID! COVID-19 has been like the Marsha Brady for safety professionals; it's all anyone can talk about or focus on. But what about all the other new regulatory items environment, health, and safety (EHS) pros need to understand and comply with? Can we focus on anything other than COVID-19 for once?

In this kick-off session, our expert presenter will join us to discuss the Cal/OSHA regulatory agenda and how new and upcoming changes will affect the way you monitor and implement your safety initiatives.

10:00 a.m. – 10:20 a.m.
Networking and Refreshment Break in the Exhibit Hall

10:20 a.m. – 11:20 a.m.
Safety in Our Changing Environment: Trends of the Profession
Presented by Claire Beich, CSP, CESCL, Owner, Ascend Consulting Environmental Health & Safety

Generational differences, retention issues, culture shifts, ESG, and then a pandemic. The safety and EHS roles throughout the world are still nursing whiplash while we try to manage the newest fires being put out. With an ever-shifting goal post and typically many other hats to be worn as a safety pro, let’s do our best to look at our current state and even some trends to help us move forward successfully in the field.

In this session you will get the following key takeaways:

    • The positive ways the pandemic has hit the EHS
    • Working to understand the incoming generation into the workforce
    • Culture shifts and your role in helping manage it with a different way to look into safety
    • How ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) can be sustained and maybe get ahead of the curve
    • Talk about where we are headed as a profession


11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Cal/OSHA and COVID-19 ETS: Keeping Up with the Ever-Changing Pandemic Standards
Presented by Joshua Schultz, Attorney, Law Office of Adele L. Abrams, P.C.

We can only avoid the COVID topic for so long! As a California safety professional, you know Cal/OSHA has set the bar for all COVID-19 regulations. Despite the federal COVID-19 vaccine mandate not working out, Cal/OSHA's mandate is still alive and well. In this session, we'll uncover new and upcoming COVID-19 emergency temporary standards or regulations and discuss best practices for complying with these changes.

12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Networking Lunch (Provided)

1:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Marijuana in California: Conducting Routine, Random, Reasonable-Suspicion, and Post-Accident Drug Testing without Violating Applicable, Federal, State, or Local Laws
Presented by Danielle Moore, Partner, Fisher & Phillips LLP

Keeping workers safe is your duty as an employer, and under Cal/OSHA's Title 8, Chapter 4, Subchapter 7, there is a whole section dedicated to safe practices and personal protection. Personal protective equipment (PPE) has become a household term due to COVID-19, but keeping your workers safe on the job requires more than just a face mask. Are you providing workers with the correct PPE to perform the task at hand? Who is responsible for paying for PPE? And how can you encourage workers to consciously use this gear safely and accurately? Get answers to these questions and more when you attend this session.

2:30 p.m. – 2:50 p.m.
Networking and Refreshment Break in the Exhibit Hall

2:50 p.m. – 3:50 p.m.
How to Assess Workplace Behavior to Prevent Violent Incidents from Occurring
Presented by Hector Alvarez, CTM, MS, President, Alvarez Associates LLC

Safety leaders are always looking for ways they can mitigate risk, take preventive action against potential hazards and incidents, and improve their company’s overall safety culture, and that includes preventing violent incidents from occurring in your workplace. But where do you begin?

One way to reduce workplace violence is through implementing a behavioral threat assessment and management process, and this session will show you how!

4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
How Much Are They Fining Us? Understanding OSHA and Cal/OSHA Top 10

Presented by Abby Harrington, Associate, Fisher & Phillips LLP

To better protect employees on the jobsite—and help employers understand the costly fines associated with on-site injuries or occupational-related deaths—OSHA strictly enforces citations for safety violations that could lead to severe injury or death. And each year, the agency releases a list of the most cited violations and penalties employers received.

In this informative session, you'll learn about the OSHA top 10 list, the penalties associated with violating the standards mentioned in the list, and ways to correct safety behaviors in order to avoid becoming another statistic.



Friday, October 7, 2022—Main Conference Day 2

8:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.
Networking Continental Breakfast

9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.
Innovative Ways to Administer and Train Workers on Safety Culture for Long-Term Success
Presented by Claire Beich, CSP, CESCL, Owner, Ascend Consulting Environmental Health & Safety

Safety at work is about more than just avoiding lawsuits. The idea of fostering a “safety culture” at work has shifted to the forefront of the safety industry, and it is now a priority for many EHS professionals. An ideal safety culture not only means eliminating or mitigating hazards and at-risk behavior but also ensuring the methods used to bring about that change leaves people feeling better about themselves, their coworkers, their situation, and the organization.

This requires developing intervention strategies that include elements of choice and personal control, employee involvement and ownership, and focusing on allowing employees to work to achieve valuable outcomes for safety instead of creating situations in which those involved are primarily motivated by avoiding negative consequences. In this session, you'll uncover innovative strategies to help you administer and train your workforce in order to better improve your organization's safety culture.

10:10 a.m. – 11:10 a.m.
Building Better Safety Allies: Joining the Cal/OSHA Alliance Program to Promote Workplace Safety and Health
Presented by Brandon Hart, M.S., Program Manager for Communications and Outreach, Division of Occupational Safety and Health, Cal/OSHA

Cal/OSHA has established an Alliance Program that is available to groups that are committed to worker safety and health. In this session, attendees will learn how they can be part of a Cal/OSHA Alliance Agreement, along with their responsibilities of being an active Alliance Participant and the benefits of becoming an Alliance Partner. The Alliance Program is open to all interested participants, including trade associations; worker organizations; educational institutions; other local, state, and federal agencies; and many more.

11:10 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Networking and Refreshment Break in the Exhibit Hall (Raffle Prizes Announced)

11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Cal/OSHA Recordkeeping Basics

Presented by Abby Harrington, Associate, Fisher & Phillips LLP

As you know, Cal/OSHA requires some employers to prepare and maintain records of work-related injuries and illnesses. This session will discuss best practices for keeping mandatory and nonmandatory records and documentation.

During this session, you will learn the following:

      • What is recordable, the differences between “first aid” and “medical treatment,” how to determine whether an injury or illness is work-related, and more;
      • What is immediately reportable as a serious injury and how to deal with Cal/OSHA incident investigations under 8 California Code of Regulations (CCR) 342;
      • Cal/OSHA 300, 301, and 300A forms: who must complete the forms, best practices for completing them correctly, and how to avoid certifying inaccurate recordkeeping data;
      • Most common Cal/OSHA injury and illness recordkeeping mistakes to avoid and tips for effective root cause incident analysis to ensure accurate reporting; and
      • Best practices for nonmandatory records and documentation.


12:30 p.m.
Conference Adjourns


Agenda and speakers subject to change. —

2022 Cal/OSHA Summit

Speakers

Hector Alvarez

Hector Alvarez
President, Alvarez Associates, LLC

Hector R. Alvarez, MSPsy/CTM, is a security expert who specializes in workplace violence prevention and is a Certified Threat Manager by the Association of Threat Assessment Professionals. He holds an MS in forensic psychology and a BS in criminal justice and is a Certified Mental Health First Aid Trainer.

Alvarez has built over 25 years of threat management, security, domestic terrorism, and crisis management experience, serving as a security director protecting one of our nation’s most sensitive critical infrastructures and working as a city police officer and a professional security consultant. He understands the challenges individuals and organizations face when addressing the threats of violence because he has responded to them.

Steve Alvarado

Steve Alvarado
Partner, Fisher & Phillips LLC

Steve Alvarado, JD, partner, Fisher & Phillips LLC, Irvine, California, represents employers in a variety of labor and employment matters. Alvarado has substantial experience representing employers in administrative litigation involving both Cal/OSHA and OSHA. He has advised employers facing willful and serious citations resulting from catastrophic events leading to fatalities with significant penalties. His practice includes investigating significant workplace incidents, managing OSHA inspections, contesting OSHA citations, and defending employers in OSHA enforcement actions.

Claire Beich

Claire Beich, CSP, CESCL
Owner, Ascend Consulting Environment, Health & Safety

Claire Beich is an environment, health, and safety (EHS) professional and business owner. After getting a taste of safety in the U.S. Army, Beich was sought out to lead the safety program at her first job back home in Washington state.

She spent her time while working in both food manufacturing and transitioning to the roofing manufacturing industry earning her BA in safety and health, graduating summa cum laude and attaining the GSP designation. Her extensive experience with teambuilding and the growth of safety culture in a rocking environment in each of her industries will add to your ever-filling toolbox.

Beich lives in Bellingham, Washington, racing sailboats and scuba diving as often as possible.

Abby Harrington

Abby Harrington
Associate, Fisher & Phillips

Abby Harrington is an associate in Fisher Phillips’ San Francisco office. She represents employers in all aspects of labor and employment law. Before law school, Harrington worked as a teacher and a school administrator in both Nashville, Tennessee, and Washington, D.C.

During her time in law school, Harrington gained experience in the Individual Representation Clinic litigating a wage and hour case in Santa Clara Superior Court. She was the executive notes editor for the UC Hastings Women’s Law Journal and the vice president of the Women’s Law Society, as well as served on the Hastings Curriculum Committee and competed on the Trial Team.

Brandon Hart

Brandon Hart, M.S.
Program Manager for Communications and Outreach, Division of Occupational Safety and Health, Cal/OSHA

Brandon Hart is a member of Cal/OSHA’s leadership team. Currently, he coordinates and oversees five critical programs and units at Cal/OSHA. Those include the Alliance Program, Professional Development and Training Unit, Outreach Coordination Program, Publications Unit, and statewide Heat and Agriculture Program. In addition to overseeing and managing these programs and units, he works with the department’s communications unit to develop campaign strategies to provide important messaging and outreach to workers and employers.

Hart first joined Cal/OSHA in 2009 as an associate safety engineer in the Santa Ana district office. He received a promotion to senior safety engineer in 2014 and was assigned to work in the Region 3 regional office. In the ensuing period, Hart conducted and coordinated many high-profile inspections, participated in outreach events, trained new compliance safety and health officers throughout the southern region, and acted in a lead role in various regional and division-wide assignments. In 2017, he received a promotion to his current senior management position and was tasked to establish new units and revitalize older units and create a cohesive program with related functions.

Before joining Cal/OSHA, Hart worked at State Compensation Insurance Fund as a loss control consultant and workers’ compensation claims adjuster in Fresno, California.

Hart received his Bachelor of Business Administration degree from National University and his Master of Science degree in occupational safety and health from Columbia Southern University.

Jeff Killip

Jeff Killip, JD MPH
Chief, Cal/OSHA

Cal/OSHA Chief Jeff Killip is passionate about working collaboratively with stakeholders to improve workplace safety and health. He came to Cal/OSHA after holding several positions for Cal/OSHA’s Washington state counterpart, known as the Washington State—Division of Occupational Safety and Health (WA-DOSH). For nearly 10 years, Killip served WA-DOSH as acting deputy assistant director, senior manager for education and outreach, industrial hygiene technical policy and laboratory manager, and rules manager. Killip has a background in public health and was the managing director for the Washington State Association of Local Public Health Officials. He also practiced law for more than 20 years, mostly in civil and criminal prosecution and enforcement as an assistant regional counsel for the EPA; as an assistant attorney general for the Alaska and Washington state attorney general; and as a deputy district attorney for the 14th Judicial District in Colorado.

Killip has a BA in geology from Colgate University, a master’s in public health from the Johns Hopkins University—Bloomberg School of Public Health, and a JD from Seattle University School of Law (formerly known as the University of Puget Sound School of Law).

He is an avid athlete/outdoor recreationalist who loves to adventure with his amazing wife, Jeanette, and their two boys, Riley and Cory. He also loves labs.

Danielle Moore

Danielle Moore
Partner, Fisher & Phillips

Danielle Moore is a partner at Fisher & Phillips LLP. Moore has two primary objectives when counseling employers on labor and employment concerns: limiting the financial impact on their business and getting ahead of litigation as early as possible.

Whether defending accusations of employment discrimination, wrongful termination, harassment, or retaliation or analyzing a complex workplace issue, Moore works to understand her clients’ goals and reach the best-possible outcome. Especially amid threats of large-scale exposure—due to class action lawsuits or Private Attorneys General Act (PAGA) actions—Moore’s deep understanding of the labor code helps minimize liability and reduce future risk.

As a young partner, Moore founded and co-chaired the Fisher Phillips Women’s Initiative and Leadership Council to mentor and support rising women attorneys. Today, the program benefits attorneys across the firm’s 36 offices.

Josh Schultz

Josh Schultz
Managing Attorney (MD), Denver Office, Law Office of Adele L. Abrams P.C.

Josh Schultz is an attorney, a trained mediator, a safety professional, and a trainer who is the managing attorney of the Law Office of Adele L. Abrams P.C.'s Denver office.

He is a graduate of the University of Maryland School of Law and the University of Maryland, College Park School of Journalism. Before joining the Law Office of Adele Abrams in September 2008, he clerked with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Maryland Office of the Attorney General.

Location

Hilton San Diego Mission Valley

901 Camino Del Rio South
San Diego, CA 92108

  • Room rate: $149/night plus taxes and fees
  • Hotel cut-off date: extended through Tuesday, September 20, 2022. Hotel rooms may sell out earlier than the cut-off date, so book early!
  • Reservation Center: 1-800-774-1500 and reference the Cal/OSHA Summit
  • Access the hotel's website to reserve your room online here
  • Parking: Discounted self-parking rate of $19/day


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Pricing Details

Main Conference:

  • Retail price: $799
  • Early Bird price: $699 – Expires June 30, 2022

Preconference Workshops:

  • Individual AM/PM Precon retail price: $299
  • Morning & Afternoon Precons purchased together, retail price: $499
  • (No early bird discount offered)

Group discounts are available. Register together & save!
Take 15% off groups of 3 or more, or 20% off groups of 5 or more registrants. Contact our sales team at 800-727-5257 to take advantage of this great offer.

2022 Cal/OSHA Summit

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Simplify Compliance and BLR will continue to monitor the COVID-19 environment and the recommended guidelines and will communicate adjustments to the onsite policies and procedures as we approach the live event date.

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Credit Information


AM Pre-Conference | Cal/OSHA 101: Understanding and Complying with the Nation’s Strictest Workplace Safety Laws

Safety Credit

This program may qualify for safety continuing education credits/units (CECs/CEUs), but each participant is responsible for exploring their accrediting agency requirements to have their educational credits approved. Please contact customer service to receive a certificate of completion for self-reporting purposes.

HR Credit


HR Certification Institute HRCI


SHRM Preferred Provider
HCI

The use of this official seal confirms that this Activity has met HR Certification Institute’s® (HRCI®)  criteria for recertification credit pre-approval.

HR Certification Institute’s® official seal confirms that Business & Legal Resources (BLR) meets the criteria for pre-approved recertification credit(s) for any of HRCI’s eight credentials, including SPHR® and PHR®. This Program has been approved for 3 California recertification credit hours toward aPHR™, aPHRi™, PHR®, PHRca®, SPHR®, GPHR®, PHRi™ and SPHRi™ recertification through HR Certification Institute® (HRCI®). For more information about certification or recertification, please visit the HR Certification Institute website at www.hrci.org.

Business & Learning Resources (BLR) is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP. This program is valid for 3 PDCs for the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP. For more information about certification or recertification, please visit the SHRM Certification website at www.shrm.org/certification.


Business & Learning Resources (BLR) is recognized by HCI to offer recertification credits toward a 3-year HCI Certification. This program is valid for 3 HCI Credits. For more information about recertification, please visit the HCI Certification website at www.hci.org/hci-recertification.


 


PM Pre-Conference | IIPP: A Deep Dive into Creating an Injury and Illness Prevention Program to Keep Your Workforce Safe and Incident Free

Safety Credit

This program may qualify for safety continuing education credits/units (CECs/CEUs), but each participant is responsible for exploring their accrediting agency requirements to have their educational credits approved. Please contact customer service to receive a certificate of completion for self-reporting purposes.

HR Credit


HR Certification Institute HRCI


SHRM Preferred Provider
HCI

The use of this official seal confirms that this Activity has met HR Certification Institute’s® (HRCI®)  criteria for recertification credit pre-approval.

HR Certification Institute’s® official seal confirms that Business & Legal Resources (BLR) meets the criteria for pre-approved recertification credit(s) for any of HRCI’s eight credentials, including SPHR® and PHR®. This Program has been approved for 3 California recertification credit hours toward aPHR™, aPHRi™, PHR®, PHRca®, SPHR®, GPHR®, PHRi™ and SPHRi™ recertification through HR Certification Institute® (HRCI®). For more information about certification or recertification, please visit the HR Certification Institute website at www.hrci.org.

Business & Learning Resources (BLR) is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP. This program is valid for 3 PDCs for the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP. For more information about certification or recertification, please visit the SHRM Certification website at www.shrm.org/certification.


Business & Learning Resources (BLR) is recognized by HCI to offer recertification credits toward a 3-year HCI Certification. This program is valid for 3 HCI Credits. For more information about recertification, please visit the HCI Certification website at www.hci.org/hci-recertification.


 


Main Conference

Safety Credit

This program may qualify for safety continuing education credits/units (CECs/CEUs), but each participant is responsible for exploring their accrediting agency requirements to have their educational credits approved. Please contact customer service to receive a certificate of completion for self-reporting purposes.

HR Credit


HR Certification Institute HRCI


SHRM Preferred Provider
HCI

The use of this official seal confirms that this Activity has met HR Certification Institute’s® (HRCI®)  criteria for recertification credit pre-approval.

HR Certification Institute’s® official seal confirms that Business & Legal Resources (BLR) meets the criteria for pre-approved recertification credit(s) for any of HRCI’s eight credentials, including SPHR® and PHR®. This Program has been approved for 9 California recertification credit hours toward aPHR™, aPHRi™, PHR®, PHRca®, SPHR®, GPHR®, PHRi™ and SPHRi™ recertification through HR Certification Institute® (HRCI®). For more information about certification or recertification, please visit the HR Certification Institute website at www.hrci.org.

Business & Learning Resources (BLR) is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP. This program is valid for 9 PDCs for the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP. For more information about certification or recertification, please visit the SHRM Certification website at www.shrm.org/certification.


Business & Learning Resources (BLR) is recognized by HCI to offer recertification credits toward a 3-year HCI Certification. This program is valid for 9 HCI Credits. For more information about recertification, please visit the HCI Certification website at www.hci.org/hci-recertification.