The California Department of Public Health on Friday launched additional workplace safety requirements for employers who monitor events at private events and locations, and require social distancing, testing workers, and masking.
The new guidance follows the Department of Occupational Safety and Health and the implementation of a temporary emergency standard to prevent exposure of workers to COVID-19 "in most workplaces where workers are not covered by the Cal / OSHA standard for aerosol transferable diseases", according to the Department of Health . employers have responsibilities including developing and implementing policies and procedures to prevent the transmission of diseases in the workplace; to identify new cases of disease if they occur; and, once identified, to intervene swiftly and cooperate with public health authorities to stop the spread of the virus. those prescribed by the ETS and to highlight additional recommended methods for public health purposes in addition to those proposed by the ETS. "
Such rules for private events and venues include that attendance must be limited to a predetermined list of assigned seats and that entry and exit points" should be carefully controlled to prevent concentrations of people. "
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