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Employer Responsibilities in Reporting COVID-19-Related Fatalities and Hospitalizations

 

Ensure your recording and reporting of COVID-19 incidents comply with OSHA regulations.

Much has changed as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Employers have been and continue to be faced with many challenges, including what they are required to do to comply with government rules and regulations. Pursuant to law, employers are required to provide employees a safe and healthy workplace. OSHA is the government agency primarily responsible for ensuring employers satisfy this obligation. As part of ensuring employers provide employees a safe and healthy workplace, OSHA requires employers to record and report certain COVID-19 incidents.
The rapid onset and spread of COVID-19 and the many unknown attributes associated with its transmission have made it difficult for employers to confirm they are recording and reporting COVID-19 cases in accordance with OSHA regulations. This topic will provide you with current information regarding OSHA requirements affecting the recording and reporting of COVID-19 incidents. In this regard, OSHA directives and guidance pertaining to COVID-19, as well as applicable OSHA regulations, will be discussed. This information will also provide you with up-to-date information about OSHA's enforcement activities as they relate to COVID-19, including how OSHA is handling COVID-19-related complaints. Finally, this material will discuss OSHA's view of masks and cloth face coverings.

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Tracy L. Moon, Jr.

Tracy L. Moon, Jr.

Fisher & Phillips LLP

  • Partner in the Atlanta office of Fisher & Phillips LLP
  • Practice emphasizes counseling and training employers regarding compliance with employment and labor laws, rules and regulations, how to avoid workplace problems, safety and health issues, and prevent lawsuits
  • Conducts onsite compliance inspections and in-house management training programs
  • Advises employers on both federal and state OSHA-related issues, including compliance, prevention, defense accident, injury and death cases
  • An OSHA general industry outreach trainer authorized to conduct 10- and 30-hour general industry training
  • Has written numerous articles on a wide variety of employment and labor law subjects
  • Can be contacted at 404-240-4246 or [email protected]
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