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States that Require a COVID-19 Preparedness Plan

States that Require a COVID-19 Preparedness Plan

To help you stay on top of the laws that affect your business, KPA and our friends at the labor and employment law firm, Fisher Phillips have created maps outlining the COVID restrictions in place across the US.

In certain states—such as New York, Indiana, and North Dakota—employers must develop written COVID control plans, implement COVID prevention and response measures, and/or complete assessments of COVID workplace risks. Other states recommend employers take similar steps. Get the details by interacting with the map below.

While these resources are current as of the moment uploaded, the laws, regulations, and guidelines on COVID-19 change so swiftly that these materials may become out-of-date almost instantly. While we will endeavor to replace and update these materials on an ongoing basis, these documents should not be used without ensuring they are updated and appropriate for your jurisdiction or industry.

Please note, these surveys only include information about requirements generally applicable to all businesses, including manufacturing and office environments. They do not include requirements pertaining to specific industries (such as healthcare, or restaurants).

And remember, of course, the information and materials on this site are provided for informational purposes only and do not constitute legal advice.

Don’t put your workforce and bottom line at risk. You should have a COVID-19 plan and response team ready regardless of what your jurisdiction requires. Learn more.

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