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COVID-19 Laws and Regs: Midyear Scorecard for Employers

02 Jul 2021

Andrew Turnbull spoke to Law360 about where key workplace virus guidelines and mandates stand heading into the second half of 2021.

According to Andrew, the California Division of Occupational Safety and Health (Cal/OSHA) has been “fairly aggressive” in seeking compliance with its COVID-19 safety standards, which means companies in the state should make sure they aren’t running afoul of the current rules.

“I think a lot of employers in California have to think about how, if they are returning to offices…or if they are already in office…are going to be able to comply with this,” Andrew said. “They can obviously continue to comply with all the restrictions that are out there, including having everybody wear face coverings in the workplace, or they could choose to go figure out who is vaccinated versus who is unvaccinated…and try to implement policies and procedures around that.”

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