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Emergency Services include:
- Partical To Full Renovations
- Repairs For Electrical, Plumbing, Floods, Etc
- Water Damage Assessment and Mitigation
- Building Interior and Exterior Repairs
- Repainting Areas of Damage
- Deep Cleaning and Sanitizing Area
- Furniture Removal and New Furniture Specification
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- Valet Screeners
- Greeter Screeners.
- Sanitizing Services/Light Maintenance Ambassadors.
- Internal Patient Transport (IPT).
- Patient Sitting Ambassadors (PSAs).
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On April 23, 2020, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) updated its Technical Assistance Q&A Guidance relating to COVID-19 and the Americans with Disabilities Act ("ADA") to clarify that employers are permitted to administer mandatory COVID-19 tests on employees before allowing them to enter the workplace without violating the ADA’s prohibition against medical examinations. This update can be found at question A.6. of the guidance. In doing so, the EEOC reasoned that such testing meets the ADA’s requirement that mandatory employee medical examinations be “job related and consistent with business necessity,” because an employee entering the workplace with COVID-19 “will pose a direct threat to the health of others” within the work environment.
If you or one of your clients has any questions regarding the new EEOC guidance outlined above, please reach out to a member of the Labor & Employment practice group for assistance. https://shutts.com/