OSHA Requirements Copy
As a business owner, you are familiar with OSHA–mandated plans like an emergency action plan, illness and injury plan, or fall protection plan. Starting Jan 1st, 2021, OSHA requires every employer with one or more employees to have a written COVID-19 prevention plan (CPP).
In this video, Pam Isom will share the OSHA regulation’s details and your plan’s specific components.
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Starting Jan 1st, 2021, OSHA will require every employer with one or more employees to have a written CPP. Your plan should include:
- workplace hazards
- risk assessment
- health assessment
- return–to–work guidelines and training for employees
- face coverings, social distancing, and signage information
- safe workplace checklist
- daily cleaning and disinfecting plans
Visit the Cal/OSHA website to learn more about this regulation.