The Emergency Temporary Standard OSHA announced in early September has been met with a wide array of responses from employers, industry groups, and employees. It appears that just about all viewpoints have been captured in response to the announcement. While some employers have welcomed the announcement as a path forward to returning to a more normal work environment many others have been reluctant to accept the proposed regulation. OSHA has not been forthcoming with details regarding the ETS which has further complicated this already charged issue. Regardless of business’ position on vaccination mandates, staying abreast of the ETS process is critical.
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