Resources to Comply With the Anaheim Hotel Worker Ordinance


This summary document provides a high-level description of the Panic Button ordinance and is a good starting point as you begin analyzing how the requirements will impact your operations.

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CHLA partner law firm Fisher Phillips has developed an operations-oriented toolkit for hoteliers. To date, there is a summary memo which explains the key provisions of the ordinance, training templates and sign-in sheets, and instructions for the back of door signage and guest check-in acknowledgement. This toolkit is available to CHLA members from the Members Only section of the CHLA website or by emailing Anjana Patel at anjana@calodging.com to request these items. Additional items will be available as they are created.

Guidance Memo   Sample Guest Acknowledgement   

Sample Door Signage:  English //  Spanish
Hotel Worker Training Template (PPT): English // Spanish
Hotel Worker Training Sign-in Sheet: English // Spanish
Hotel Response Personnel Training Template (PPT): English // Spanish
Hotel Response Personnel Training Sign-in Sheet: English // Spanish



CHLA has designed a webinar, hosted by legal professionals, to help provide additional guidance to hoteliers. Click the links below to register for the webinar on October 17. A link to a recording of the webinar will be made available on the same page after October 17th. 

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To help hotels identify panic button service providers, CHLA has developed a list of our partners and members that offer panic button systems and training.
Panic Button Vendor Guide


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