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Normally, we offer valuable information, links to other websites, etc. This year, we would like to start off by offering a couple of resources that prove important and useful to your organization.
Please drop us a line and let us know if you like these resources and would like to see more of them in the future.
Colorado Overtime & Minimum Pay Standards #38
The following link is to the new COMPS poster that must be displayed with your labor posters and included with your employee handbook if you have one. For those of you that purchased our employee handbook package, we will send this as a signature ready addendum for your file.
Let us know if you have any questions!
OSHA’S COVID-19 Vaccination ETS Checklist
The following is a checklist organization may follow to prepare for when the ETS becomes a mandate. This is not an all-inclusive list but a great start!
Complying with the OSHA ETS
COVID-19 Vaccination Mandates – Checklist
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has issued an emergency temporary standard (ETS) that requires all businesses with 100 or more employees to ensure workers are either tested for COVID-19 once a week or fully vaccinated.
Brief Timeline of the ETS
The White House issued the ETS in November 2021. A week later, the order was blocked in federal court, effectively suspending enforcement of the rule.
On Dec. 17, 2021, the ETS was reinstated in federal court, allowing its enforcement to go forward. Employers now have until Jan. 10, 2022, to comply with most ETS obligations. Feb. 9, 2022, is the current deadline for employers to implement testing requirements.
This checklist is a jumping-off point to help employers prepare for the rule. Not all items will apply to all employers in every circumstance.
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