OSHA Moves Back Vax Or Test Deadline

OSHA’s initial vax-or-test deadline for the private sector was January 4th.

The deadline has been pushed back to February 9th.

From The Washington Times:

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration late Friday said it will extend the deadline for large businesses to comply with President Biden’s vaccinate-or-test rule after a federal appeals court reinstated it.

OSHA said it wanted to exercise “enforcement discretion” because the court battle suspended the rule for a time, causing uncertainty.

Agency officials said they will not cite a company for violating any part of the rule, or emergency temporary standard, until Jan. 10 and will not punish a company for failing to test unvaccinated workers until Feb. 9.

This comes after the 5th circuit court reinstated OSHA’s private employer mandate.

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