California Eyes Mandatory COVID-19 Requirements for Employers
Sacramento, CA (WorkersCompensation.com) – California may soon join the growing list of states imposing requirements for employers to protect their workers from the coronavirus. The state’s Occupational and Safety & Health Standards Board votes today on a proposed temporary workplace safety standard which, if fully adopted, would be in effect for 180 days.
The 57-page documents includes a mandate for employers to develop a written COVID-19 Prevention Program. They would also ...
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