covid-19 guidance FOR businesses & eMPLOYERS 

Business Reporting Requirements:

Businesses are required to report when a worksite has three or more COVID-19 cases within a 2-week period.  These Cases MUST be reported using the Shared Portal for Outbreak Reporting (SPOT):

State COVID-19 Workplace Requirements

Resources to help create a safer and healthier workplace

CalOSHA COVID-19 FAQ

Frequently asked questions on CalOSHA Emergency Temporary Standards 

Employer Vaccination Toolkit

Request a mobile vaccination site, review vaccination standards and best practices

Employer Testing Options

The California Testing Taskforce supports community organizations and businesses seeking to run in-house COVID-19 testing. 

Federal OSHA Emergency temporary standards (ETS)

 

For businesses with any questions regarding COVID, please contact us at KingsCovidInfo@countyofkings.com.

Kings County Public Health Business Hotline: (559) 852-4511


 

Updated Federal Testing & Vaccination Requirements

Click Here for the January 13th Statement from Secretary of Labor Marty Walsh on Supreme Court ruling
on OSHA emergency temporary standard on vaccination and testing. 

The proposed Federal ETS, currently halted by the Supreme Court, would require employers to do the following:

  • Determine the vaccination status of each employee, obtain acceptable proof of vaccination status from vaccinated employees and maintain records and a roster of each employee's vaccination status.

  • Require employees to provide prompt notice when they test positive for COVID-19 or receive a COVID-19 diagnosis. Employers must then remove the employee from the workplace, regardless of vaccination status; employers must not allow them to return to work until they meet required criteria.

  • Ensure each worker who is not fully vaccinated is tested for COVID-19 at least weekly (if the worker is in the workplace at least once a week) or within 7 days before returning to work (if the worker is away from the workplace for a week or longer).

  • Ensure that, in most circumstances, each employee who has not been fully vaccinated wears a face covering when indoors or when occupying a vehicle with another person for work purposes.