Webinar — Oregon COVID-Related OSHA Rules Update

Back to Events and Press Releases
Back to Events and Press Releases

On November 6, 2020, the Oregon Occupational Safety and Health Administration (“OR-OSHA”) published final temporary rules for workplace safety protections specific to COVID-19. The effective date for the new rules is November 16, 2020, although the timeline for different requirements under the rules varies. The new rules include COVID-19-related safety requirements specific to particular industries, including schools (public and private), restaurants, retail outlets, and construction sites.

Join labor and employment attorneys Karen O’Connor, John Dudrey and Caroline Sundbaum for a presentation on how to keep your organization in compliance with the new requirements.

Topics will include:

  • Infection Notification Processes
  • Exposure Risk Assessments
  • Infection Control Plans
  • Required Employee Trainings
  • Your Questions

Submit your questions in advance here.

We will apply for CLE credits for this webinar.
Click Here to Register


Thursday, November 19, 2020
11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. PST


Webinar instructions will be sent via confirmation email and again the morning of the event.


Complimentary for clients and friends.


If you have any questions or need additional information, please email events@stoel.com

Key Contributors

John B. Dudrey
Karen L. O’Connor
Caroline J. Sundbaum
See all contributors See less contributors
Saved Pages

Use the arrows to arrange content.  Download pages as a .pdf file or share links via email..

{{ item.Title }} {{ item.AttorneyPosition }}, {{ item.AttorneyLocation }} , C. {{ item.AttorneyCell }} , P. {{ item.AttorneyPhone }} , F. {{ item.AttorneyFax }} {{ item.TypeText }} Remove
You have no pages saved
            {{ state | json }}