California SB-1159: On 9/17/2020 California enacted SB-1159 which imposes certain reporting requirements on California employers. Effective immediately, California employers are required to report positive COVID-19 tests to their workers compensation claim administrator, whether there is an allegation the COVID-19 exposure is related to work or not. Additional information on California SB-1159 can be found here.
2020 Summer Risks for Business: Keeping Your Employees and Property Safe

Original Air Date: August 5, 2020

Along with keeping employees safe from common summer hazards, including soaring temperatures, travel schedules and intense storms, business owners now need to take extra health and safety precautions due to the coronavirus pandemic, like increased cleaning and disinfecting efforts, implementing social distancing guidelines and more.

In our August 5, 2020 webinar, 2020 Summer Risks for Business: Keeping Your Employees and Property Safe, Matt Zender, SVP of Workers’ Compensation Strategy at AmTrust shared important ways to keep your workplace and employees safe this summer including information on:
  • How heat stress can impact workers and how to prevent heat-based illnesses for workers in the summer.
  • What the summer risks for the restaurant, retail, office and manufacturing industries and how can employers help to prevent them?
  • How to prepare your business for summer storm emergencies.

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