Tag Archives: OSHA

BREAKING: OSHA’s Vaccine Mandate and Unionized Employer Bargaining Obligations

President Biden has just announced that he is tasking OSHA with implementing a new emergency rule mandating that employers with at least 100 employees either require their workforce to be vaccinated or require unvaccinated employees to produce a negative COVID-19 test every week.  Details are still very scant, but it does not appear that the … Continue Reading

OSHA Announces COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standards for the Healthcare Industry

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) released Emergency Temporary Standards (ETS) for the health care industry on June 10, 2021. The ETS will apply to healthcare and healthcare support service workers with the goal of better protecting them from occupational exposure to COVID-19. This will include, among others, employees working in hospitals, nursing homes, … Continue Reading

Changes in California Employment Law for 2015

This BakerHostetler Alert was authored by: Vartan S. Madoyan, Barri L. Friedland, Diamond M. Hicks, and Sabrina L. Shadi As Californians get back to business in the new year, we wanted to highlight the following changes to California employment laws for 2015: Mandatory Paid Sick Leave Protections Against Discrimination and Harassment for Unpaid Interns and Volunteers Protection Against Discrimination … Continue Reading

OSHA Expands Employers’ Reporting Requirements for Work-Related Injuries and Fatalities

On Sept. 11, 2014, the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (“OSHA”) announced revisions to its rule that requires employers to notify OSHA when employees suffer a work-related hospitalization or fatality. Under the previous rule, OSHA’s regulations required an employer to report the work-related fatality of one or more persons and the … Continue Reading
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