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Here’s What an Emergency Temporary Standard Means for Businesses

Here’s What an Emergency Temporary Standard Means for Businesses

In January 2022, the U.S. Supreme Court blocked OSHA’s proposed COVID-19 vaccination and testing Emergency Temporary Standard, leaving employers to their own devices on how to address COVID-19 safety in the workplace. But what exactly does an Emergency Temporary Standard mean for businesses?

KPA’s Director of Content Management, Jill Schaefer, spoke with Industrial Hygiene in the Workplace about what the blocked ETS means for workplace safety programs and what is the impact of an ETS on their business.

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