New York State’s Health and Essential Rights Act (NY HERO Act) was passed to prevent occupational exposure to airborne infectious diseases. This law requires every employer to establish an airborne infectious disease exposure prevention plan and requires employers to allow employees to establish workplace safety committees.
Join us for this GKG University Webinar where we’ll review what it means for New York State employers.
- Effective Date
- Covered Employers
- Airborne Infectious Disease Exposure Standard
- General Standard
- Industry Specific Standards
- Employer Airborne Infectious Disease Exposure Plan Requirements
- Notice to Employees
- Joint Labor-Management Workplace Safety Committee