5-13-22: Updated to align with revised Cal/OSHA COVID-19 Prevention Emergency Temporary Standards (ETS). Effective 5/6/22, Cal/OSHA requires employers to provide respirators upon request to any employee (regardless of vaccination status) who works indoors or in vehicles with more than one person.
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Best Practices for Businesses
Los Angeles County is utilizing both the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) COVID-19 community monitoring impact measures and California SMARTER plan to guide the realignment of our local public health response to focus on reducing medically significant illness and minimizing strain on the healthcare system. See Los Angeles County Post-Surge Dashboard. The core community prevention strategies are in the areas of indoor masking, testing, vaccine verification, and ventilation. Below is a summary of requirements and best practices for businesses that operate out of offices to enhance safety for their workers, customers, and communities.
Please be sure to read and follow the general guidance for businesses & employers.
The specific best practices below are intended to supplement the general guidance.