COVID-19 Crisis

Updates, news and strategies to help manage the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.


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Long COVID, Chronic Conditions Double Absence Rate

Dec. 15, 2023
Long COVID has had a significant impact on disability claims, duration, and costs, says Integrated Benefits Institute.
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Regulatory Update: OSHA Pushes COVID Standard and Other Rulemakings

June 9, 2022
Agency is working towards preventing future infectious disease outbreaks and pandemics.
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The Future of EHS

June 7, 2022
EHS managers have a once-in-a-generation chance to make working life more flexible, modern and safer for everyone.
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Regulatory Update: Cal/OSHA Issues Latest COVID-19 ETS

May 9, 2022
Update tweaks earlier standards and applies until end of the year.
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Regulatory Update: EEOC Gets Over 6,000 COVID Complaints

April 1, 2022
To avoid becoming targets, employers need to provide accommodations.


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Jan. 29, 2021
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Safety Done Right

Feb. 28, 2022
Adapting established contingency plans for COVID-19 has helped some food manufacturers keep their employees safe.
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Safety News Roundup: February 2022 in Review

Feb. 25, 2022
A look at the month's most popular stories.
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Regulatory Update: OSHA Targets Healthcare Employers

Feb. 24, 2022
OSHA plans to step up enforcement and is seeking to revive earlier ETS.
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More People had an Illness-related Work Absence in January

Feb. 22, 2022
Data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics indicates the number employees who missed work more was at a recent all-time high.