Three-Step Guide For Determining Whether COVID-19 Cases Are Work Related

Fox Rothschild LLP

The Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) requires employers to record work-related injuries and illnesses, including confirmed cases of COVID-19. However, because employees experience potential exposure both inside and outside the workplace, OSHA recognizes the difficulty of determining whether a COVID-19 illness is work related. To that end, OSHA has issued guidance with factors for determining when an employee’s confirmed case of COVID-19 is recordable...

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