VGM & Associates Guide to OSHA's COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standard
on July 07, 2021
In an effort to ensure a safer working environment and reduce the risk of exposure to, or transmission of, COVID-19 for healthcare workers across our country, President Biden signed the Executive Order on Protecting Worker Health and Safety on January 21, 2021. That executive order tasked OSHA with creating and implementing a plan to better protect employees in certain workplaces. OSHA has now responded by issuing a new COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS). As of Monday, June 21, 2021, that newly created COVID-19 ETS has appeared on the federal register, and businesses impacted by that ETS are expected to be compliant with the new standards (very soon).
VGM has created the following guide to walk you through the various requirements of the ETS to help you efficiently develop and implement your business’s plan to better protect your employees from exposure to the COVID-19 virus.
Click here to access this guide.
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