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On Nov 4 the Biden administration published the Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) mandating employers with 100 or more employees to require their workers be vaccinated or allow employees to choose either vaccination or masking and weekly testing. Employers will be required to provide paid time off for employees to receive vaccinations and in the event an employee requests recovery time for any reactions or side effects. The rule does not require employers to cover the cost of testing.
Presented in partnership with Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney, the PA Chamber is proud to offer an upcoming free webinar, “OSHA’s COVID-19 Mandate Briefing.” This program is designed to brief Pennsylvania business’s on the mandate, how OSHA will enforce this and provide best practices for complying.
This program is a free, PA Chamber Member-Sponsored Webinar and is open to Pennsylvania’s business community. To learn more about Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney, click here.
Kevin Chambers, is the Area Director for the Harrisburg OSHA Office, the U. S. Department of Labor. He has been with OSHA for nearly 14 years. Prior to joining OSHA, Kevin oversaw Ground Safety for the United State Air Force. He holds two Master’s Degrees from Columbia Southern University – a Master’s of Science in Occupational Safety and Health; and Master’s of Art in Business Management with an emphasis on Human Resources Management.
Erin McLaughlin, is a member of the Buchanan, Ingersoll & Rooney’s Labor & Employment Group. She handles complex employment matters and provides strategic, day-to-day guidance to employers on their personnel matters. Erin is a frequent lecturer on various employment topics at conferences across the country, such as the Pennsylvania Society for Human Resource Management’s Annual State Conference and is a contributing author to well-regarded publications such as the Pennsylvania Employment Law Deskbook. She graduated from Ohio university with a B.A. in Political Science with a minor in Business and from Duquesne University School of Law.