By Martin Supply •
White House Issues Executive Order on COVID-19 Precautions
White House Issues Executive Order on COVID-19 PrecautionsSince the beginning of the pandemic, OSHA has issued $3.9M in citations for employers failing to protect workers from the hazard of Coronavirus using the 5(a)(1) clause (General Duty Clause). In response to the executive order issued on January 21, OSHA responded with updated guidelines. Review the executive order and updated OSHA guidelines below. Then, contact your Martin Sales Rep or call 800.828.8116 to discuss how we can help your company operate better and safer through products, protocols and onsite and virtual safety inspections and training.
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|White House Executive Order on Protecting Worker Healthand Safety, January 21, 2021
|OSHA Updated COVID-19 Guidelines – January 29, 2021
|Martin COVID Essentials Booklet