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OSHA's COVID-19 Vaccination and Testing Emergency Temporary Standard

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has issued an Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) covering employers with at least 100 employees.

Overview

On November 5, 2021, OSHA released an ETS that requires employers with at least 100 employees to adopt a vaccination policy that mandates employees to be fully vaccinated or submit to at least weekly testing. The ETS further requires employers to provide paid time off to recover from and receive the vaccine, and unvaccinated employees must wear a mask when in contact with coworkers.

Jackson Lewis attorneys nationwide are actively assisting businesses daily with ETS issues. We have compiled links to important resources to help you access immediate answers to frequently asked questions. Please reach out to the Jackson Lewis attorney with whom you work to receive specific information regarding your business and geographic region. We are closely monitoring and updating our information as the situation continues to evolve. 

Blogs

SCOTUS Questioning Suggests OSHA ETS is Squeezing an Elephant into a Mousehole

OSHA Withdraws COVID-19 Healthcare Emergency Temporary Standard, Vows to Use General Duty Clause

After OSHA COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standard for Healthcare Employers Expired …

Supreme Court to Consider Arguments on Pulling Plug on OSHA COVID-19 ETS

Sixth Circuit Dissolves Stay of OSHA Vaccine ETS, OSHA Sets New Enforcement Dates

Cal/OSHA’s ETS is Amended and Extended to April 2022

Will Some State Plans Defy OSHA's COVID-19 Vaccination, Testing Emergency Temporary Standard?

Will They or Won't They? Cal/OSHA Scheduled to Vote on ETS Readoption

Sixth Circuit Deals Blow to OSHA’s Proposed Expedited Briefing Schedule, Says it Will Keep ETS Case

Union’s Ask 6th Circuit to Transfer COVID Rule Case to D.C. Circuit; Government Opposes En Banc Review

New Bills Seek to Void Restrictive Covenants for Employers with Vaccine Mandates

UPDATED: Federal Contractor Vaccine Updates: January 18 “Fully Vaccinated” Deadline and New FAQs

Cal/OSHA Postpones Discussion of Changes to COVID-19 ETS

5th Circuit Orders OSHA to Stand Down

Cal/OSHA Standards Board to Discuss New OSHA ETS

Federal Contractor Vaccination Deadline Extended to January 4 to Correspond with OSHA’s Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS)

OSHA ETS: What Records Must Covered Employers Collect, Retain, Safeguard, and Make Available Upon Request
 

Webinars

What Employers Need to Know About Changes to the Cal/OSHA ETS

When Cal/OSHA Comes Knockin'

What Is in OSHA’s New Emergency Temporary Standard for COVID-19?

 

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