Spencer Fane attorney Paul Jacobson recently outlined trends in Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) citations resulting from COVID-related investigations for online publication TLNT.
OSHA recently issued guidance summarizing the safety standards most often cited. In a separate release, OSHA announced that the number of issued citations for COVID-related violations has topped 200, totaling nearly $3 million as of Nov. 5.
“In other words, even without promulgating COVID-specific requirements, OSHA has plenty of regulatory authority to cite employers in connection with COVID hazards in the workplace,” Paul explained in the article.
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