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Ready, set, go: Employers race to comply with OSHA ETS vaccine requirements

Almost two months after President Joe Biden called for quick action on COVID-19 vaccine or testing rules, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) released Emergency Temporary Standards (ETS) on November 4, 2021. With these new rules, employers with 100 or more employees have a tight timeframe to implement policies on vaccines, testing, and masking – assuming the rules are not halted by a legal challenge.

Now it is go time for employers in terms of decision making.

McDonald Hopkins’ Labor and Employment team has prepared an overview of the 490-page ETS to help employers understand the most critical details.

Learn what action steps to take and get answers to your most important questions ahead of the upcoming deadlines for compliance.