On November 4, 2021, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) issued its highly anticipated emergency temporary standard (ETS). This standard reflects the policy and goals announced by the Biden administration in September to get all workers vaccinated. OHSA’s ETS is expected to cover about two-thirds (2/3) of private-sector employees, roughly 76 million workers. Although the ETS is commonly framed as a vaccine mandate, employees still have options regarding their vaccination status. One option is a federal law that may entitle federal employees who have religious objections to the COVID-19 vaccination requirement to an exception from that requirement, in which case the employee would instead comply with alternative health and safety protocols. Submit your email below to download a copy of our religious exemption form.
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