OSHA Announces COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standard for Healthcare Workers

Episode 77

OSHA Announces COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standard for Healthcare Workers

OSHA has issued the long-awaited Emergency Temporary Standard to protect against COVID-19. The ETS does not, however, cover all workers. Who does it cover? Listen to find out.

We have got a lot to talk about on this episode of the podcast. In the last week, there has been a lot of movement from both federal OSHA and state plans concerning the protection of workers from COVID-19. In this episode, we are going to take a look at the latest news coming out of California and Oregon and we’ll dive deep into the newest Emergency Temporary Standard and updated guidance from OSHA.

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Sydny Shepard is the Editor of Occupational Health & Safety.

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