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Legal Beagle Bagel Breakfast
- January 27 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am
Cal/OSHA COVID-19 Update: COVID Regulations, Orders and Recommendations. More Confusion!
Thursday, January 27, 2022 – 9:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m
*This session is available via webinar only
The response by the multiple layers of government to the COVID-19 pandemic has continued to generate confusion, misunderstanding, distrust, and anger. The Supreme Court recently heard oral arguments over the OSHA COVID-19 Standard. Even one of the Supreme Court justices provided erroneous information about COVID-19. What will the Court’s decision be? How will it impact California with its state-approved health and safety plan? Cal/OSHA has drafted a new Emergency Temporary Standard. How does it differ from the Standard issued in June? The CDC and the California Department of Public Health have implemented guidelines and orders that appear to conflict with the new California COVID0-19 Standard. Further, many municipalities and counties, as well as the State of California, have implemented mask policies. And now Governor Newsom is suggesting that California re-establish a supplemental sick leave law requiring employers to pay additional leave when an employee is absent for a COVID-19 related plan. What will that new law require? If that is not enough, a court recently allowed a man to sue his wife’s employer after he contracted COVID-19 from his wife who was home recuperating from COVID-19.
Join us at our next Legal Beagle Bagel Breakfast, Thursday, January 27, 2022, at 9:00 a.m. to discuss these recent COVID-19 regulations, orders, and recommendations. More confusion!
Topics of Discussion:
- What is required under the new Cal/OSHA Standard and how does it differ from the June 2021 Standard?
- What are the correct exclusionary periods for employees?
- How will the Court’s decision on the OSHA Standard affect California employers?
- What are the vaccination requirements for California employers?
- What are the current distancing and masking requirements?
- How can the family member of an employee who contracts COVID-19 at the workplace sue my business?
Cost: $25.00 per person (FREE for HR Business Partners). Please register immediately. Fishman, Larsen & Callister is an HRCI Approved Provider. HRCI credit is an additional $10.00.
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