COVID-19 Safe Workplace training UPDATE
Michigan COVID-19 Workplace Training Requirements
The Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration (MIOSHA) issued Emergency Rules implementing COVID-19 workplace safety requirements for businesses that resume in-person work, including employee training.
MIOSHA adopted the Emergency Rules in response to the Michigan Supreme Court’s recent decision invalidating the Governor’s COVID-19 Executive Orders. The Emergency Rules are effective immediately and for six months thereafter.
The Emergency Rules require COVID-19 employee training include:
Workplace infection-control practices
The proper use of personal protection equipment (PPE)
How employees with COVID-19 notify their employer
How to report unsafe working conditions
Updated training must be provided if the employer’s COVID-19 preparedness and response plan changes or new information becomes available about the diagnosis or transmission of COVID-19.
Records of all COVID-19 employee training must be maintained for at least one (1) year.
Other Workplace Safety Measures
A variety of general workplace provisions applicable to all employers are adopted in the Emergency Rules, as well as industry-specific requirements, including training, job hazard assessments, COVID-19 preparedness and response plan, adoption of basic infection prevention measures, social distancing, face coverings, employee screening, and recordkeeping.
Why Clear Law Institute?
Clear Law Institute’s online COVID-19 Safe Workplace Training complies with all state training mandates, CDC and OSHA guidelines, as well as industry best practices. The online training is self-paced, fully narrated, and includes numerous interactive animations, video demonstrations, and exercises to keep employees engaged.
Clear Law Institute provides online training to over 1,000 employers, handles training roll-out to employees, supports tech issues, and tracks course completions.
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