OSHA Issues New Guidance to Prevent COVID-19 Exposure in the Workplace

Claud Mccoid

The U.S. Office of Labor’s Occupational Protection Wellbeing Administration (OSHA) issued new advice on Aug. thirteen, 2021, which gives recommendations for companies to avert COVID-19 publicity in the workplace. The hottest advice is specially aimed at protecting unvaccinated employees, large possibility employees, and people who are found in “areas of substantial or large neighborhood transmission.”…
By: Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP

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