Are You in Compliance with OSHA’s New Healthcare Emergency Temporary Standard?

Brooks Pierce attorneys D.J. O'Brien and Claire O'Brien delve into the specifics of compliance with the Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration's (OSHA) new COVID-19 healthcare Emergency Temporary Standard, address issues such as how to conduct a hazard assessment, OSHA’s expectations for employee and employer notification, and record-keeping and reporting requirements.

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