CA: Officials Expect Mandatory Employer Requirements by Month's End
Sacramento, CA (WorkersCompensation.com) – As expected, the California/OSHA Standards Board has voted on a proposed temporary standard to protect employees from the coronavirus. Despite objections from business representatives, the board unanimously approved the plan and sent it to the Office of Administrative Law for a 10-day review. If OAL approves it the plan would take effect immediately.
‘Emergency COVID-19 Prevention Regulations,’ would require employers to take a ...
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