The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has released guidance regarding the employer’s obligation to record adverse reactions by employees when they received the COVID-19 vaccine. The guidance addresses the employer’s requirements if a mandatory vaccination policy has been implemented for the workplace.
The best way to stay informed regarding vaccinations in your state is through the website links provided. The majority of the state vaccination sites are requiring the use of appointments. It is recommended that you carefully answer all unknown numbers as this may be your appointment confirmation.
On January 21, President Biden issued an Executive Order focused on OSHA’s approach to managing COVID-19.
Beginning January 1, the new reporting requirements for COVID-19 exposures became effective. These new requirements impose obligations for employers to notify employees, as well as employers of subcontracted employees, of COVID-19 exposures and to notify public health officials of outbreaks in the workplace.
If you have decided to move into government procurement contracts, there are several secrets to understand. First, this is a highly regulated world, at both the state and federal level. Second, recognize that printing itself is often considered a service in government contacts.
Since 2017 there have been 62 proposals in 17 states that would require warning labels or ingredient listings for products. To provide a uniform and consistent approach, SGIA joined CAPL, which has successfully introduced legislation that will address the ingredient labeling issue.
EPA issued a new rule that reduces the regulatory requirements for waste aerosol cans. The new rule is aimed at improving recycling and reducing the cost and burden of aerosol can management by imposing less stringent regulatory requirements on the cans.