Cal/OSHA put Emergency Temporary Standards (ETS) in place at the end of 2020. THEY UPDATED THEM IN JUNE 2021.
These standards include a requirement for employers to create a COVID-19 Prevention Plan (CPP). Listed below are links to the UPDATED 06/2021 model CPP and much more.
Here is the main page for all of Cal/OSHA's resources regarding the ETS - COVID-19 Prevention Emergency Temporary Standards - Fact Sheets, Model Written Program and Other Resources
Where can I find the template for the COVID-19 Prevention Program UPDATED 06/2021?
COVID-19 Model Prevention Program (fillable Word doc) in English You'll see a minimized Word doc become available at the bottom of your screen when you hit that link. Click the Word doc to expand it.
COVID-19 Model Prevention Program (fillable Word doc) in Spanish You'll see a minimized Word doc become available at the bottom of your screen when you hit that link. Click the Word doc to expand it.
COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standards FAQs - FAQ's in English
Other useful resources
California's State Compensation Insurance Fund ("State Fund") has created a free resource center for all California employers as part of their SafeAtWorkCA.com website. The resource center is intended to help employers prepare for current and upcoming phases of COVID-19 reopening and help them avoid Cal/OSHA penalties. It can be accessed by clicking here. Their helpful flowchart for what to do when an employee reports symptoms or a positive test result can be found here.
When can an employee return to work after COVID-19 exposure or a COVID-19 positive test? Here is LA County Department of Health’s “Public Health Emergency Isolation Order." An employer can't mandate proof of a negative test as a pre-requisite for return to work. Use these protocols to determine when employees can safely return to the workplace.
Where can I find my NAICS code if I have to report COVID cases to the County? https://www.naics.com/search/
LA County Health Officer Order information page