Why Employers Need to Understand the
New Cal/OSHA COVID Requirements
After several years of dealing with the Cal/OSHA Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS), any employers conducting business in California now face the next phase in workplace regulations dealing with COVID-19: Cal/OSHA’s new “permanent” regulations that will be in effect for the next two years and is now classified as a workplace hazard. The new regulations contain many of the same requirements as the ETS, but are streamlined and have some important flexibility as well.
The requirements are most applicable
and challenging to businesses that
predominantly have in-person work settings.
The bottom line is that California employers will need to comply with these new regulations for the next two years, providing resources for all paid time. CLEARED4 can walk you through the new regulations and provide a step-by-step action plan for everything you need to do to make sure you are compliant with the new Cal/OSHA COVID regulations.
Download CLEARED4’s Fact Sheet
The CLEARED4 Cal/OSHA fact sheet helps identify new regulations for COVID-19 exposures.
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