New COVID-19 OSHA Guidance & State-Mandated Training and Prevention Plans

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On his first day in office, President Biden issued an Executive Order directing OSHA to provide updated COVID-19 workplace guidance. The Executive Order also directed OSHA to consider whether an Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) is required to protect workers. 

On January 29, OSHA issued updated COVID-19 workplace guidance to addressed several workplace safety topics. OSHA must issue the ETS by March 15 if it determines that it is needed to protect workers from COVID-19. 

While employers scramble to comply with the recently updated OSHA guidance, they must continue to ensure compliance with state-mandated written COVID-19 prevention plans and employee training. Clear Law Institute provides this free webinar to help employers navigate these complex issues. Topics covered in this free webinar include:

  • An update on the revised OSHA worker safety guidelines.

  • A review of state-mandated COVID-19 employee safety training and why training must be based on the most current and up-to-date federal and state guidelines.

  • An overview of written COVID-19 prevention plans, including state plan requirements and commonly prescribed plan elements.

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