OSHA has had numerous recent rulings and interpretations that have been good for our industry. Just yesterday, they announced further clarification on a COVID interpretation that was released earlier this year. In the earlier interpretation, they stated that if you wrote down temperatures of employees while screening for the day that you needed to keep them for 30 years. In addition, they also stated that any screening paperwork asking about COVID symptoms would also need to be kept for 30 years. The MCAA, through our coalition (Construction Industry Safety Coalition), asked for OSHA to reconsider and to further clarify their ruling (click here to read the letter).
Reade more: https://www.masoncontractors.org/2020/06/19/new-osha-clarifications-impact-the-masonry-industry/?utm_source=Masonry%20Messenger&utm_medium=Masonry%20Messenger&utm_campaign=Masonry%20Messenger&_zs=XWnRX&_zl=xV092#newsletter
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