Do you have over 100 employees? OSHA’s potential emergency temporary standard (ETS) doesn’t have to loom over your head. Many employers have already established vaccination and testing policies to protect their employees and productivity.
Protecting your bottom line protects your revenue. When OSHA’s ETS is mandated, this protection will now have to the documented. So, what’s the best plan of action?
1. OBTAIN ALL CURRENT EMPLOYEE VACCINATION RECORDS
It’s not easy getting the information and documentation you need from employees, just ask your HR department. Since OSHA compliance depends on record–keeping ─ start collecting now. Determine your number of vaccinated and unvaccinated to ensure you have the proof in hand to back it up. Once you know what the numbers look like, you will have the baseline you need to plan for testing policies.
2. SECURE YOUR TESTING
COVID-19 testing locations across the country are going to experience a surge of patients when OSHA’s ETS goes into effect. Extended wait times and testing shortages can get in the way of your employees providing a negative test on time. As an on-site COVID-19 testing partner, Mobile Health secures testing for you, tests workers in under three minutes, and reports results to your dashboard in real–time.
3. START YOUR TEST RUN
Will all of your employees agree to weekly testing? Day one of an OSHA mandate is not the day to find out. Starting testing now, even if it’s bi-weekly, can help ease your employees into the process. When they see on-site testing completed in minutes without waiting rooms and paperwork, everyone will be on the same page.
LET’S MAKE A PLAN
Mobile Health’s on-site testing teams and industry-leading technology enable you to protect your people, increase productivity, and maintain compliance. We work together, developing an operational plan to get your people tested and back to their workday in minutes. Your Mobile Health dashboard reports results in real-time and takes care of record–keeping procedures for you. Talk to an expert today.