The Bottom Line Employers with 100 or more employees should become familiarized with the OSHA ETS in the event the ETS is upheld following the resolution of numerous legal challenges.The ETS requires employers to implement and distribute a written policy to employees covering mandatory Continue Reading
OSHA Guidance Requires Certain Employers to Record “Work-Related” COVID-19 Cases
The Bottom Line Recent OSHA guidance now requires employers in certain industries to document COVID-19 cases in the workplace that are considered to be “work-related.” To determine this, employers must engage in a three-step analysis that requires close attention to other instances of COVID-19 at Continue Reading
COVID-19: As Cases Continue to Spread, Will Court Cases Begin to Spread?
The Bottom Line As employees return to work, employers must increase precautions they take in connection with their workers’ health and safety.Companies should closely follow guidance being issued and frequently updated by the CDC, OSHA, and other agencies, to protect themselves from civil Continue Reading
Coronavirus: Protective Measures for the Workplace
The Bottom Line There is no need for panic, as the likelihood of contracting Coronavirus in the United States is low, according to both the CDC and OSHA. Adopting the common sense measures recommended by the CDC will go a long way toward keeping employees healthy during this cold and flu season, Continue Reading