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New Cal-OSHA Emergency Regulations for COVID for All Employees

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Date Published

January 7, 2021

Publisher

Sonoma County Bar Association

Subjects

COVID-19, Labor & Employmenr

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Summary

On November 30, 2020, California's Office of Administrative Law approved Cal/OSHA's emergency COVID-19 regulations. The emergency regulations went into effect immediately and will expire on October 2, 2021, unless readopted. The regulations, at Title 8 California Code of Regulations Section 3205, et seq., include additional and possibly conflicting requirements to California's recently passed AB 685, which goes into effect January 1, 2021. While Cal/OSHA has stated that it understands some employers will need time to implement the new regulation, don't expect the Division to give employers much slack on compliance. We will discuss the requirements for employers under the emergency regulation, as well as the latest Cal/OSHA interpretations and enforcement activities.

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Presenters

Lisa Baiocchi

Lisa Baiocchi is a senior associate at The Prince Firm, a Santa Rosa, California law firm that concentrates its practice in... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

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Video Presentation
Slide Deck Copy
SCBA Evaluation Form
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