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[Webinar] Updates to Cal/OSHA’s Emergency Temporary Standards and Guidelines for California Employers

June 9th, 2021 | 1 min. read

By Combined Team

[Webinar] Updates to Cal/OSHA’s Emergency Temporary Standards and Guidelines for California Employers

There have been many recent changes in how employers need to handle COVID in their workplace, from the CDC, Cal/OSHA, and the state of California.

As most employers know, June 15, 2021 marks the day Governor Newsom plans a partial reopening. The Cal/OSHA Standards Board has approved changes in the Emergency Temporary Standards regarding workplace safety. The Centers for Disease Control issued a guidance that fully vaccinated persons don't need to wear face masks indoors. The EEOC has revised its FAQs stating vaccination status is confidential medical information and N95 masks must be provided by employers to employees who have not been vaccinated.

Key Points:

  • Know which of your employees have been and have not been vaccinated for COVID

  • Update your written COVID plan for changes Cal/OSHA and CDC decisions

  • What should your mask policy say?

  • What PPE do you need to provide employees?

  • How do employees qualify for paid time off for vaccinations and to recover from adverse reactions tot he vaccine

  • And more.

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Speakers

Don Dressler

Attorney/Risk Management Consultant


Mr. Dressler served as a director and on the Executive Committee of California Coalition on Workers’ Compensation. He served on the Board of Directors of the American Society of Association Executives, and as Director of the Association of California Insurance Companies; Vice President of the California Association of Small Employer Health Plans; President and Legislative Committee Chair of The Association Health Care Coalition. He served as Chairman of the Finance Commission for the City of Irvine from 1993 to 2011.

Dressler is a frequent speaker on Workers’ Compensation, Health Insurance and Organizational Development issues. He also is a Trustee of the Kansas State University Foundation.

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