The Occupational Safety and Health Act applies to every business and organization in the United States. Failing to comply can put employees in danger and incur significant employer liability.
OSHA has issued guidance to employers regarding dealing with the COVID-19 virus. You need to apply this valuable information to ensure your workers’ safety in offices, in the community, and working remotely during this pandemic. Now is also a perfect time to review all your responsibilities for implementing safety practices, reporting incidents and injuries, and communicating requirements effectively.
- What are the OSHA regulations and your responsibilities?
- What changes does OSHA’s COVID-19 guidance require?
- How should you incorporate COVID-19 in your written safety plan?
- How can you ensure social distancing for workers who need to be present?
- What are the most significant potential hazards during this pandemic?
- What are the OSHA requirements for recordkeeping and maintenance?
- How should you report and record incidents for remote employees?
- How can you ensure you comply with OSHA poster requirements?
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