The Swedish Work Environment Authority has changed course again and will no longer force employers with mandatory vaccine programs to register vaccine reactions.
The agency quietly updated the question and answer section of its website over the weekend, removing previous languages added in late April that appointed employers demanding that workers be vaccinated as a condition of their employment to register serious reactions in their OSHA records. .
The agency has now stated that it “does not want to prevent employers' vaccination. efforts "and would not apply registration requirements related to worker side effects from COVID-19 vaccinations until May 2022.
OSHA said it will" re-evaluate "its position on recordable vaccine reactions next spring to" determine the best way to go " forward. ”
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