Update: November 18, 2021

Missed yesterday’s discussion around issues covered employers must consider under OSHA’s mandates and the steps employers should take to comply with the ETS? The webinar recording is now available for viewing at your convenience. Simply register using the following link and you will have access to the recorded webcast: https://bit.ly/3oH0aO7

Wednesday, November 17, 2021
Live Webinar | Noon – 1:00 p.m. CST 


OSHA’s COVID-19 Vaccination and Testing Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) is now effective, and employees who work for covered employers have until January 4, 2022 to get vaccinated or to otherwise comply with the new requirements.

Husch Blackwell has developed a program to explore and explain the new requirements. Please join us as we discuss the issues covered employers must consider under OSHA’s mandates and the steps employers should take to comply with the ETS


  • Understanding the vaccine mandate and/or testing requirements
  • Determining, documenting and verifying the vaccination status and/or test results for each employee
  • Understanding, documenting and evaluating requests for religious and medical exemptions
  • Workforce retention and management issues created by the ETS
  • Legal challenges to the ETS


Brian Hendrix, Partner
Tom O’Day, Partner
Courtney Steelman, Attorney

Who Should Attend
HR professionals, in-house counsel, c-suite executives and business owners.

Continuing Education Credit
This program is pending approval for continuing legal education credit in Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, Nebraska, Tennessee and Wisconsin. A certificate of attendance will be provided to report self-study hours where applicable.

This webinar is complimentary; however, registration is required. We encourage you to forward this invitation to interested colleagues. Unable to join us at the scheduled date and time? Register anyway and we will email the recording to you.

Your Comprehensive COVID-19 Legal Resource
Since the pandemic’s onset, Husch Blackwell has continually monitored state-by-state orders regarding capacity, masking, vaccines, and more. We regularly address your FAQs and provide you with easy-to-use COVID-19 tools about returning to work and navigating federal programs. Contact our industry-specific legal teams or your Husch Blackwell attorney to plan through and beyond the pandemic.