Oregon OSHA has released a Fact Sheet for the COVID-19 Temporary Rule for All Workplaces as well as a question and answer document regarding the rule. It is important to understand these provisions and what your responsibilities are as an Oregon employer.
Oregon OSHA’s temporary rule for COVID-19 (OAR 437-001-0744) requires all employers to develop and implement an infection control plan. This plan builds upon each employer’s exposure risk assessment, which the rule also requires, and aims to eliminate or otherwise minimize worker exposure to COVID-19. The exposure risk assessment and infection control plan need to be completed in writing for those employers with more than 10 employees by December 7th.
Below are several resources regarding COVID-19-related rule updates.
You can find additional materials on Oregon OSHA's website.