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Employers must report COVID-19 illness in workplace

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As the COVID-19 pandemic expands, employers are coping with their obligation to maintain a safe work environment and to comply with government workforce reporting requirements. The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration has developed resources to assist these efforts.

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January 6 deadline for USDOT clearinghouse

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CDL-clearinghouse

Employers of commercial motor vehicle drivers should be making final preparations to comply with a federal law set to take effect in January. The U.S. Department of Transportation is rolling out a Federal Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse – a database to track commercial driver’s license holders who have tested positive for prohibited drug or alcohol use or who have refused to take a required test.

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January 6 deadline for USDOT clearinghouse

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CDL-clearinghouse

Employers of commercial motor vehicle drivers should be making final preparations to comply with a federal law set to take effect in January. The U.S. Department of Transportation is rolling out a Federal Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse – a database to track commercial driver’s license holders who have tested positive for prohibited drug or alcohol use or who have refused to take a required test.

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