• Cal/OSHA updated its Emergency Temporary Standards (COVID-19 Prevention Emergency Temporary Standards - Fact Sheets, Model Written Program and Other Resources) which became effective June 17, 2021. These new temporary standards apply to most workers in California not covered by Cal/OSHA’s Aerosol Transmissible Diseases standard. 
  • Frequently Asked Questions about the new Emergency Temporary Standards 
  • Required Reporting of COVID Positive Staff  
    • Under the new Cal/OSHA standards, employers are required to contact the local health department immediately but no longer than 48 hours after the employer knows, or with diligent inquiry would have known, of three or more COVID-19 cases for guidance on preventing the further spread of COVID-19 within the workplace.   
    • For additional information regarding required notifications, read the Emergency Temporary Standards 
    • To submit a required notification, please fill out the form below.  
    • If you need assistance with your required notifications to Public Health, email us.