To keep employees and patrons safe,  the Governor has issued statewide guidelines to businesses upon their re-opening.  The OSHA Act of 1970 has always called for employers to maintain a safe and healthful workplace.  The new guidelines, in response to the pandemic and based on the CDC guidelines, are set in place to protect employees and business patrons.  Questions remain about where liability will lie if a business does not follow the guidelines.

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