New Requirements, Tips and Traps for Large Employers
November 10, 2021
1-2 p.m. (ET) | 12-1 p.m. (CT) | 10-11 a.m. (PT)
On Nov. 4, 2021, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) issued an Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) requiring employees of large employers either to get vaccinated or to test negative on a weekly basis. The ETS also requires large employers to provide employees with paid leave to get vaccinated and recover from vaccinations, and unvaccinated employees to wear a mask at work.
Join a panel of labor and employment and federal contracting team members from McGuireWoods for an overview of compliance details coming out of the new OSHA ETS.
- New OSHA vaccination, testing and PTO requirements
- Timeline and scope of employer and employee coverage
- Exceptions for religion and disability
- Impact on EO 14042 for federal contractors and CMS rule for healthcare
- Impact on state law anti-vaccination provisions and other challenges
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