OSHA

COVID-19 UPDATE: When Employees Are Afraid to Come to Work

For many businesses now reopening after three months of COVID-19 disruption, both employers and employees are facing new challenges. These aren't normal times. While unemployment regulations vary...

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COVID-19 UPDATE: OSHA’S New Guidance Expects All Employers to Make an Effort

The regulatory obligation for employers to record work-related cases of COVID-19 on an OSHA 300 Log has been controversial and confusing from the beginning of...

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COVID-19 UPDATE: Communication is Key When Re-Opening Your Business

As the pressure mounts for the COVID-19 shutdown to end — and for the state, national, and international economies to begin functioning and recovering —...

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COVID-19 UPDATE: Latest OSHA Safety Tips for the Construction Industry, And Your Safety Plan

OSHA wants all employers to familiarize themselves with the general guidance for all employers that is available at the OSHA website. But the federal government...

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COVID-19 UPDATE: How Should Employers Respond to Skyrocketing Whistleblower Complaints?

The report on April 10 was stunning. Oregon OSHA had received 2,300 complaints in two weeks. The complaints skyrocketed immediately after Oregon’s stay at home...

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