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COVID-OSHA Directives for Management – CA Version SS2215AAE (10 Min.)
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Your company should have a written exposure control and pandemic response plan.
Company's should assess the risk to their employees before making any plans or policy.
Every workplace is required to have the same PPE available to employees.
An employee with suspected COVID symptoms should continue working in their normal environment until a positive test has been confirmed.
Under OSHA's recordkeeping requirements, COVID-19 is a recordable illness.
Recording a COVID-19 illness does not, of itself, mean that the employer has violated any OSHA standard.
Every instance of a worker who is confirmed positive with COVID shall be recorded as work-related.
Check ALL that are considered reasonable evidence that the employee's illness is work-related?
Several cases develop among workers who work closely together
News reports of local outbreaks indicate cases are rising
Businesses in the vicinity have multiple cases
COVID contracted shortly after lengthy, close exposure to a coworker who has a confirmed case of COVID-19
COVID contracted shortly after lengthy, close exposure to a customer who has a confirmed case of COVID-19
Job duties include having frequent, close exposure to the general public in a locality with ongoing community transmission
COVID-19 is a respiratory illness and should be coded as such on the OSHA Form 300.
In California, employers must offer COVID-19 testing at no cost to employees, during their working hours, to all employees who had a potential COVID-19 exposure in the workplace.