June 12, 2020 • Volume 19, Issue 10 • A twice-monthly newsletter with information about workplace safety and health.
OSHA Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary Loren Sweatt testified before Congress about the agency’s efforts to protect workers during the pandemic.
Agricultural Guidance During the Pandemic
OSHA partnered with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on COVID-19 guidance for agricultural workers.
Partnerships Protect Workers in Texas
Chemical Processing Violations
Read about more OSHA enforcement cases.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, what should workers and employers to do stay safe while sheltering in place due to a tornado warning?
- Update emergency supply kits with cloth face coverings, PPE, hand sanitizers, and disinfectant wipes.
- Find safe shelter immediately, COVID-19 should not prevent you from seeking shelter.
- Do your best to practice social distancing and use a face covering when sheltering-in-place.
- Tell your supervisor if you feel sick or are have COVID-19 symptoms.