OSHA’s New Guidance on Recording COVID-19 Cases: How to Comply
Government agencies continuously issue new guidance relating to the pandemic. OSHA recently issued new guidance on how to investigate and record COVID-19 cases amongst your workforce. Business guidance and legal requirements are changing rapidly. This webinar will discuss changes implemented that employers must be ready for as states reopen for business.
This webinar session will cover:
- Recording and reporting COVID-19 cases to OSHA
- Handling suspected or confirmed COVID-19 cases in the workplace
- Handling Employees that Refuse to Work
- What potential legal claims employers could face, including OSHA claims
Todd Logsdon is a partner in the firm’s Louisville office and co-chair of the firm's Workplace Safety and Catastrophe Practice Group. His practice is devoted to advising and representing employers regarding labor and employment law mattersTodd is regarded as a leader on Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) issues including contesting and litigating OSHA citations, representing employers during OSHA inspections/investigations, conducting OSHA compliance audits, defending whistlebl... View Full Profile
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