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OSHA Reopening and Returning to Work Guidelines

OSHA guidelines

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The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has published new guidance to help employers plan how to reopen their workplaces, which covers:

  • How to plan a reopening
  • Available OSHA assistance program
  • OSHA required protections and standards in the workplace
  • Answers to frequently asked questions

This supplements the White House’s Guidelines for Opening Up America Again and Guidance on Preparing Workplaces for COVID-19 developed by the U.S. Departments of Labor and Health and Human Services. Employers should follow local timelines and phased reopening plans as they implement OSHA’s guidance. Employers should also continue to monitor federal, state, and local updates.

Download the bulletin for more details.


Additional Resources

OSHA’s coronavirus webpage

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website

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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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Bill Enright

Bill Enright

Bill Enright is Director of Consulting Services at National Insurance Services (NIS). He’s responsible for the management, fulfillment, and strategic direction of the full benefit consulting clients and services and the professional development of NIS full benefit consulting personnel. Bill is a 29+ year veteran in the employee benefits industry, from insurance carrier, benefit consultant, and now director. He has been published on the topics of health care reform and has served on the advisory committees and insurance lobbying groups at the state and local level. Bill served in the U.S Army Reserves as a non-commissioned officer for 11 years. He’s also involved with Special Olympics, youth sports coaching, and is a small group leader at his church.