The California Occupational Safety and Health Administration has issued new guidelines for protecting workers as businesses expand activities during the continuing COVID-19 pandemic. These guidelines include updated control measures as well as specific topics which must be addressed in employers’ COVID-19 response plans and written Injury and Illness Prevention Programs. Not only could failure to follow these guidelines result in adverse actions by CAL-OSHA, such deficiencies could also increase an employer’s liability in the event of suits regarding workplace exposure by employees or customers.

Join Michael Kelly, Matthew Cooper and Lilah Sutphen for a webinar on Thursday, May 28 at 2 pm PDT as they discuss this topic important to all California employers. Register at this link.