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Valley Fever cases in California are on the rise

                                                

Valley Fever cases in California are on the rise

 

Over the last three years Valley Fever has been increasing in California.  In 2017 there was an all-time high of 8,203 Valley Fever cases either suspected, probable and confirmed.  This is 2,000 more cases compared to 2016, and almost 4,700 more cases than 2015.  It is evident that Valley Fever is only increasing, and more training and precautions are needed to protect employees.

 

TAP Series offers Valley Fever Training to not only train your employees on Valley Fever but document employee training in your TAP account.  Course certificates can be reprinted anytime.  The self-paced course allows your employees to train on their schedule and is available in English and Spanish.  TAP’s system allows you to reenroll employees quickly for annual reviews or into new courses.


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