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States that Require COVID-19 Training

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Most states require or recommend employers train their employees about COVID safety. But the scope varies from state to state. Check out the interactive map.
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States that Require a COVID-19 Preparedness Plan

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To help you stay on top of the laws that affect your business, KPA and our friends at the labor and employment law firm, Fisher Phillips have created maps outlining the COVID restrictions in place across the US. In certain states—such as New York, Indiana, and North Dakota—employers must develop written COVID control plans, implement […]
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States that Require Face Coverings to Prevent the Spread of COVID-19

HR
Every state recommends people wear face coverings when possible. But many states require more stringent mask use to stop the spread of coronavirus. See what your state requires or recommends with this interactive map.
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COVID-19 Response in the US: How Does Your State Rank?

EHS
A new report from the NSC’s Safe Actions for Employee Returns (SAFER) task force shows which states succeeded and faltered in managing the COVID-19 pandemic.
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OSHA’s Local Emphasis Programs and Programmed Inspections: What You Need to Know

EHS
Understanding OSHA’s Local Emphasis Programs is key to avoiding an inspection, and pricey penalties that follow. Here’s what you need to know.
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Wildfire Smoke & Respiratory Protection: What You Need to Know

Wildfire smoke and other forms of air pollution are health hazards. That means employers are legally required to protect their workers from them.
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8 Ways to Avoid Heat Illness—While Preventing COVID-19 Infections

Here are some practical ways to plan for and prevent heat-related illnesses—while continuing to fight against COVID-19 infection in the workplace.
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California Releases Sexual Harassment Training and More

HR
Every month, we put together the upcoming HR-related regulatory changes that businesses should be aware of. California released a sexual harassment training and increased paid family leave benefits.
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California HR Update, August 2019

HR
Covering timely state legislative employment updates, this month we focus on a court decision upholding employer's information on wage statements.
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