The California Board of Occupational Safety and Health Standards Board will vote Thursday on whether to proceed with a proposed COVID-19 Temporary Workplace Safety Standard, which outlines mandatory requirements that employers would need to take if approved to protect their workers from coronavirus.  The proposed emergency measure would require employers to create a written COVID-19 prevention program, including systems for employees to report symptoms. identification of hazards, including interactions and activities that may pose exposure risks to workers; a process to investigate positive cases, trace of contracts and the requirement that workers who have been potentially exposed be notified within one working day. The temporary standard would also require employers to pay for face coatings and tests for workers potentially exposed to COVID-1
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