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“Employers can try to plan ahead by making some important decisions now, including whether they’ll allow testing in lieu of vaccination, how they’ll handle opt-out requests, and how they’ll track employee vaccination and/or testing status,” said Michael Brenner, of KPA. (Credit: Iakov Filimonov/Shutterstock) “Employers can try to plan ahead by making some important decisions now, including whether they’ll allow testing in lieu of vaccination, how they’ll handle opt-out requests, and how they’ll track employee vaccination and/or testing status,” said Michael Brenner, of KPA. (Credit: Iakov Filimonov/Shutterstock)

The White House recently announced vaccination mandates for federal and health care workers, while the Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has been tasked with developing emergency rules covering the private sector.

With the new rules from OSHA still pending, PropertyCasualty360.com spoke with Michael Brenner, environment, health and safety team supervisor at KPA, in advance to learn more about what commercial insureds can expect and how to best manage changing requirements.

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