OSHA’s COVID-19 ETS: Navigating the Who, What, When and How of Employer Compliance
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Thursday, November 11, 2021 | 11:30AM – 1:00PM
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has released its COVID-19 vaccine emergency temporary standard (ETS). The ETS requires all employers of 100 or more employees to institute vaccination status recordkeeping policies, require unvaccinated employees to become fully vaccinated or undergo weekly COVID-19 testing, and enforce mask-wearing for all unvaccinated employees.
If you’re an employer, what do you need to know about complying with the new requirements? Employers should act now to determine if they are included in the mandates, how they will demonstrate compliance and how they will communicate and carry out any new vaccine-related policies. Join us on Thursday, November 11th, for a discussion featuring leading professionals from Abdo and Blethen Berens that will help you understand the regulations and ensure you’re in compliance.
Following this webinar, you’ll be able to answer the following questions:
- Does this apply to my organization and am I a covered employer?
- What is required of covered employers?
- What is the timeline for compliance?
- How do I decide between a company mandate vs. testing options for my employees?
- What are some best practices for communicating this to my employees?
- How should my company manage and provide mandated documentation and recordkeeping?
- How will this affect recruiting and retention?
- What are other companies doing?
- Where do I go for more information and resources to help me?
Federal guidance on this issue is complex and changing rapidly, and we will be providing more guidance as it evolves.
If you have questions about this or any other workforce issue, please contact Leah Davis, CPA and Partner at Abdo.
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