Complying with Cal/OSHA & AB-685 Notification Requirements for COVID-19
With Cal/OSHA's and AB-685's new regulations, California businesses including contractors, are required to identify employees and visitors that may have been exposed to COVID-19 at their job sites and notify them promptly in case of potential exposure. Join us to learn about the COVID-19 notification requirements of Cal/OSHA and AB-685 at the workplace and discover how contractors may overcome the new challenges.
California AB-685 & Contact Tracing for COVID-19
As AB-685 takes effect on Jan 1st, 2021, contact tracing for COVID-19 becomes a legal imperative in California. Businesses, including contractors, will be required to identify employees and visitors that may have been exposed to COVID-19 at their sites and notify them promptly in case of potential exposure. The new law creates additional challenges for contractors.
Thursday, Dec 10
Contact Tracing for COVID-19 in the Workplace
Contact tracing for COVID-19 in the workplace is not just a safety imperative but now a legal imperative in California. Join us to learn about contact tracing at the workplace and discover how contractors may perform contact tracing and notifications using their time & attendance or site visitors log data and some commonly available mass communication solutions.