Learn how to comply with state OSHA requirements. Discover the patchwork of COVID-19 safety rules.
Virginia was the first state in the country to issue mandatory COVID-19 workplace safety rules. Oregon and Michigan were quick to follow, beginning a growing compliance challenge for organizations that operate in multiple states. In most cases, these state rules differ from the federal OSHA guidelines. California also has its own unique set of requirements.
You need to learn the requirements and adopt policies and procedures that comply with the rules of all the states where your organization has employees. An infectious disease response plan, masks in the workplace, and required training are common factors you must address.
- Do the rules prevent employees who are suspected of having the coronavirus from coming to the workplace?
- What protocols must you follow when allowing recovered employees to return?
- Do you need to implement an infectious disease response plan?
- What are the requirements for the use of personal protective equipment (PPE)?
- How should you properly disinfect and sanitize your workplace?
- What are the requirements for social distancing?
- What COVID-19 training must employers provide?
- What are the rules regarding face masks in the workplace?
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