Topics: Emergency Temporary Standard

NATSO Analysis: Supreme Court Blocks Vaccine and Test Rule

The U.S. Supreme Court on Jan. 13, 2022, blocked the Biden Administration from enforcing a "vaccine or testing" mandate for all employers with at least one hundred employees. Technically the Court's decision temporarily stays the rule pending the outcome of a decision on the merits by the Sixth Circuit and any subsequent petition for review of that decision to the Supreme Court.  As a practical matter, the Court's opinion makes clear that the Court's majority does not believe OSHA has the authority to issue the vaccine mandate. But it is hard to see a path forward where OSHA gets this rule reinstated.   More

Labor Department to Host Briefing on Emergency Temporary Standard

The Department of Labor will provide a briefing with senior DOL and OSHA officials to discuss recent developments and updated guidance related to the Emergency Temporary Standard vaccine and test rule. More

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