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FAQ: Cal/OSHA Recording and Reporting Requirements for COVID-19 Cases

Frequently Asked Questions – RECORDING INJURIES ON LOG Do employers have to record COVID-19 illnesses on their Log 300? Yes, California employers that are required to record work-related fatalities, injuries and illnesses must record a work-related COVID-19 fatality or illness like any other occupational illness. To be recordable, an illness must be work-related and result […]

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How to Handle OSHA Investigations

As of April 17, 2020, Cal/OSHA had received over 1,500 complaints about employers who allegedly failed to provide proper protection during the ongoing pandemic related to the COVID-19 crisis.  OSHA’s investigative powers are limited in their ability to fully investigate all these complaints.  Cal-OSHA Reporter noted that in the first quarter of 2019, OSHA had […]

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COVID-19 FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS: FACE MASKS, SURGICAL MASKS & RESPIRATORS

  What are the key differences between cloth face coverings, surgical masks, and respirators? Cloth face coverings: §  May be commercially produced or improvised (i.e., homemade) garments, scarves, bandanas, or items made from t-shirts or other fabrics. §  Are worn in public over the nose and mouth to contain the wearer’s potentially infectious respiratory droplets […]

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COVID-19: Minimize Exposure to the Virus & Spread of Disease

COVID-19 is the disease caused by the highly contagious severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (“SARS-CoV-2”) previously called the “novel coronavirus” (World Health Organization).  The virus and COVID-19 present serious public health risks. Local and state governments in almost all states have requested the shutdown of non-essential retail services.  Many dealerships are keeping their service departments […]

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Disinfectants & Sanitizers-Safety Data Sheet Availability

OSHA Hazard Communication Program:  State and federal regulations require that the all employers provide a Hazard Communication program for all employees exposed to hazardous chemicals at work.  The program must include elements as follows: Employee Training Written Program SDS for all chemicals used at the workplace (in certain instances for chemicals sold at the workplace)- […]

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