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Labor & Employment Executive Series Bonus Session: OSHA's Emergency Temporary Standard

Event Dates: November 9, 2021
Services: Labor and Employment

What Does OSHA's ETS Mean for Employers?

OSHA's Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) mandates that private sector employers with 100 or more employees establish policies and procedures by December 5, 2021, to require employees to be vaccinated or undergo mandatory testing and other requirements. Some private employers will be subject to this rule and the Executive Order for government contractors.

Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr attorneys, Rob Duston, Carolyn Pellegrini and Ashley Miller, presented an informative webinar about the practical implications of creating and implementing the necessary policies and procedures, the pitfalls to avoid, and the current status of legal challenges.

PRESENTATION MATERIALS

Presentation Slides

CLE Verification Survey 11.09.21 (please submit by Tuesday, November 16)

REFERENCE MATERIALS

CDC Guidance on Informed Consent for Testing

CDC Guidance for Workplaces

EEOC Compliance Manual Chapter on Religion

EEOC FAQs

OSHA Emergency Temporary Standard for Health Care

Safer Federal Workplace Guidance on Federal Contractor Rules and Guidance

CLE Information - this program has been approved for 1.5 substantive continuing legal education credits in Illinois, New Jersey (accepted in New York), and Pennsylvania (live program only).  If you are seeking credit in a state not listed, please contact Lauren Caulk, CLE Manager for Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr, and she can provide you with the necessary information to submit on your own.