OSHA Explains Employers' COVID-19 Considerations on Face Coverings
Washington, DC (WorkersCompensation.com) – With a possible trend emerging that rebutting the presumption of compensability for COVID-19 cases will require showing compliance with state and federal guidelines, a June 10 frequently asked questions document from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration may prove helpful for post-quarantine workplaces.
The FAQ focuses on face coverings and what should be used in workplaces, depending on the nature of the work and work environment. ...
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