Under OSHA’s General Duty Clause, employers have an obligation to protect their employees from serious hazards—even ifthe hazard is unusual or unprecedented.
Updated January 26 - The Department of Labor and OSHA has withdrawn the COVID-19 Vaccination and Testing; Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS), although it is not withdrawing the ETS as a proposed rule. How does this impact your business? Read the latest.
For employers considering vaccine mandates, the FDA’s approval of Comirnaty provides a legal and regulatory path for mandates to help decrease COVID-19 spread.
The CDC has updated its COVID-19 guidelines several times over the last few weeks. Don't know what to do? We'll talk you through what to consider.
Don’t let your people or your organization become statistics in 2020. It’s time to see whether your hazard communication protocols meet OSHA’s standards.
OSHA’s COVID-19 National Emphasis Program puts a focus on whistleblower protections. Learn how to protect your business from employee complaints and OSHA inspections.
Updated 9/8/21: With $1.9 trillion, there is a lot of relief on the way for businesses and workers. It's important to know what the final package includes and what action businesses should take next.
OSHA published a COVID-19 National Emphasis Program (NEP) to reduce or eliminate workers' exposure in high-hazard industries. The NEP covers guidance on inspections and retaliation protections.
Joe Souza, wrote about what happens if OSHA decides there's a need for an emergency workplace regulation.