In this episode, I discuss OSHA’s emergency temporary standard for businesses that engage in healthcare and healthcare support services. Specifically, I address which business must follow this standard, what are the requirements, and how businesses can follow the requirements that are outlined within the standards.
I also briefly discuss some of the other guidance that OSHA has issued for other businesses and what businesses can do to keep their employees safe.
You can view more about OSHA’s emergency temporary standard on their website: https://www.osha.gov/coronavirus/ets
You can view learn more about what employers should do regarding COVID on the following posts on my website:
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