COVID-19 legal expert Dr. Jim Castagnera will explain how to translate the unique California requirements into your vaccination policy. He will show examples of compliant plans.
What You'll Learn
- California school mandates
- California healthcare mandates
- Impact of the Biden mandates and OSHA emergency temporary standard on California
- Latest local requirements
Does your COVID-19 vaccine policy comply with California’s requirements? Learn what you must include.
Numerous California employers also are covered by one or more of the Biden September 9th vaccination mandates affecting federal contractors, Medicare and Medicaid funded facilities, and employers of 100 or more workers. The OSHA emergency temporary standard issued on November 4th detailed additional requirements.
In October, the California Department of Health mandated vaccination for healthcare workers, including those in detention facilities, and subsequently for adult-care facilities, as well as direct-care workers. In addition, Governor Gavin Newsom announced that California became the first in the nation to add COVID-19 to the list of mandatory vaccinations required in K-12 schools. Already back in August, the governor mandated either vaccination or weekly testing for all school staff.
Last but hardly least, effective November 8th, Los Angeles restaurants, salons, malls, and other public venues must demand proof of vaccination from potential customers. San Francisco has a similar requirement.
When doing business in California, you must navigate the legal minefield of the crazy quilt of COVID-19 vaccination mandates.
Who Should Attend?
Dr. Jim Castagnera
- Currently devotes his full time to writing, teaching, and training
- Chief consultant for Holland Media Services, LLC, a freelance writing, training, and communications company
- Founding member of LMC Conflict Training & Conciliation, Inc.
- Shareholder and officer of the International Cyber, Privacy & Compliance Risk Institute
- Practiced law for 36 years
- 10 years as a labor, employment, and intellectual-property attorney with Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr
- 3 years as general counsel for Wharton Econometric Forecasting Associates
- 23 years as the associate provost and legal counsel for academic affairs at Rider University
- MA in Journalism from Kent State University
- JD and PhD from Case Western Reserve University
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