OSHA Issues Emergency COVID Vaccine Rule: Requirements, Implications, and Best Practices for Employers
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has just released its highly anticipated Emergency Rule mandating that employers with 100 or more employees either require COVID-19 vaccines or weekly testing for their workers. We now have some answers to many of the questions employers have been asking since the Biden Administration first directed OSHA to issue the Rule!:
- Should employers have a vaccination policy?
- What about the cost and logistics of testing and the collection of information?
- How should employers treat remote employees and exemption requests?
- Will there be challenges to the Rule that might affect when I need to comply?
This presentation covers a full 360 review of the Rule’s requirements and implications and some best compliance and administrative practices for employers going forward.
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