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AGCA Vaccine Webinar Recordings and Presentations Available

Did you miss any of the three AGCA webinars presented November 8–11? The webinars are available for viewing, and the presentations are available via pdf.

Series Description

The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) will soon issue an emergency temporary standard to require employers to ensure their workers are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or tested for infection on least a weekly basis for companies with 100 or more employees.

The legal and contractually implications from this new legal requirement will be significant, swift, and complex. What should every construction company contemplate to comply with this new law as well as the practical and legal ramifications that will stem from this change that will impact both private and public work as well as existing  and prospective contacts. This webinar series will spot issues for your company to proactively mitigate the risk of this new law, and what legal remedies for equitable adjustment may or may not be available. In addition, you’ll learn how AGC of America look to challenge this mandate.

Recordings and Materials

Webinar One: OSHA COVID-19 Vaccine/Testing Mandate: Leveraging Outside Solutions to Meet the Mandate (November 8)

Webinar Two: OSHA COVID-19 Vaccine/Testing Mandate: Practical Considerations for Construction Firms (November 10)

Webinar Three: OSHA COVID-19 Vaccine/Testing Mandate: Contractual Considerations for Construction Firms (November 11)

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