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Cal/OSHA Amends COVID-19 Notice and Reporting Requirements

Cal/OSHA Amends COVID-19 Notice and Reporting Requirements

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California approved Assembly Bill 654 to amend California’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (Cal/OSHA) COVID-19 reporting and notice regulations. The bill became effective October 5, 2021.

The bill required employers to give notice of COVID-19 outbreaks to:

  • Local public health agencies within 48 hours or one business day, whichever is later; and
  • Qualifying individuals or employees exposed to qualifying individuals within one business day.

The bill also expands the list of employers who are exempt from outbreak reporting requirements including:

  • Child day care facilities
  • Community clinics
  • Adult day health centers
  • Community care facilities

Employers should become familiar with Cal/OSHA’s COVID-19 reporting and notice requirements. Download the bulletin for more details.

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This blog is intended to be a compilation of information and resources pulled from federal, state, and local agencies. This is not intended to be legal advice. For up to the minute information and guidance on COVID-19, please follow the guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and your local health organizations.

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Scott Fritz

Scott Fritz

Scott Fritz always has a willingness to help others, which has made him an ideal candidate for working in the public sector benefits arena throughout his career. He’s a team player and enjoys strategizing, problem solving, and finding effective cost-saving solutions for his clients. As an Employee Benefit Consultant with National Insurance Services, Scott is responsible for the overall assessment and management of an employer’s benefit plans. He is a licensed insurance agent and works with schools, cities, counties, and community mental health organizations in Michigan and North Carolina.