Does the President's COVID-19 Case Need To Be Reported To OSHA? What Employers Can Learn from the Situation
President Donald Trump’s diagnosis and hospitalization for COVID-19 captured the American public’s attention. In a bylined article published by Law360, Travis Vance and Patrick Dennison discuss whether the President’s COVID-19 diagnosis is considered “work-related,” and if so, how would it be treated under the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) recordability and reporting laws. The article points out what the high-profile case of COVID-19 can teach employers about mandatory safety reporting obligations.
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