With the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine ramping up around the world, employers are now raising questions about their return-to-work strategy, specifically focusing on the issue of workplace vaccination policies. While there is currently no legislation requiring mandatory COVID-19 vaccination, employers are obligated under the Occupational Health and Safety Act to take every reasonable precaution necessary within the circumstances to protect their workers.
Join the experts of the Workplace Law Group as they discuss the legal considerations of workplace vaccinations. Learn about COVID-19-related policies in the workplace and how to adapt to public health guidelines.
Current governmental regulations applying to the workplace
Issues concerning employee health and safety during the pandemic
Are mandatory vaccinations policies permitted?
Accommodation issues within the workplace
Dealing with refusals
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