How are you recording COVID-19 exposure? Learn how to track and respond to positive tests.
Despite your best efforts around prevention, a student or employee will likely test positive for COVID-19. In these cases, you must retain vital records to demonstrate that you have protected everyone’s safety on campus.
These records are critical if your school faces any litigation. You need to prove that you complied with the COVID-19 guidelines encapsulated in OSHA, the EEOC, the ADA, the Families First Coronavirus Response Act, and many more laws. Regulations require schools to maintain certain documents.
- What COVID-19 records does your school need to keep for OSHA?
- Do you need to record COVID-19 as an illness on OSHA Form 300A?
- Should you log safety complaints that employees and students have made?
- If you take students’ and employees’ temperatures, what records does your school need to maintain to demonstrate no one had COVID-19?
- What records do you need to keep when an employee takes paid FMLA or sick leave under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act?
- Do you need to keep records of cleaning and disinfecting?
- Should you keep records of notices you have sent students requiring them to maintain social distance and wear masks?
- Should you keep records of discipline you have taken against students?
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