Archive | March, 2020

No SHUT DOWN Order for All Employers!

20 Mar

Attention Orange County Businesses…

NO “SHUT DOWN” Order for All Employers!

Businesses Restrictions Have Been Placed on Restaurants and Bars

Less than six hours after ordering non-essential businesses to close, the OC Health Officer clarified its OC Health Officer Initial Order – March 17, 2020. For details please refer to the attached documents:

“Today’s order from County Health Officer Dr. Nichole Quick is NOT an
order to shelter in place. It is not a lockdown. It is important for all
Orange County businesses to remain open while practicing social
distancing consistent with the Governor’s guidance. However, following
State guidelines, all bars and other establishments that serve alcohol
and do not serve food shall close. All restaurants and other business
establishments that serve food shall close all onsite dining. Pickup,
delivery and drive thru services may remain open. It is important
for all Orange County residents to read the order in its entirety.”
Unfortunately, the order as issued caused wide-spread confusion.
To provide additional clarity requested by Orange County residents and businesses, the County will be issuing an amended Health Officer’s Order.
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Cal/OSHA Interim COVID-19 Guidelines

11 Mar
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California’s Division of Occupational Safety and Health (Cal/OSHA) notified California employers of its new interim guidelines for general industry employers on the 2019 Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19). Cal/OSHA also issued updated guidance for healthcare facilities about the efficient use of respirator supplies.

The Standard Requires Employers to Protect Workers at Healthcare Facilities & Other Services Operations:
  • Hospitals and long-term health care facilities, as well as, in clinics, home health care, hospices, medical offices, medical outreach services, medical transport and emergency medical services, outpatient medical facilities, and skilled nursing facilities.
  • Diagnostic laboratories, police services, and public health services that are reasonably anticipated to expose employees to an aerosol transmissible disease.
  • Correctional facilities, drug treatment programs, and homeless shelters.
  • Any other locations when Cal/OSHA informs employers in writing that they must comply with the ATD Standard.
In depth details define Specific Requirements Listed Below. To Read The Complete Report … Click Here.
  • Healthcare Facilities Take These Steps
  • Healthcare Worker Protections
  • Written Workplace Exposure/Protection Control Plan & Procedure
  • Training Required
  • Additional Employer Requirements
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