DOJ and OSHA guidance on COVID19 Mandatory Vaccine and Mask Policies

  • Course level: All Levels
  • Duration 1h
  • Last Update February 2, 2022


COVID19 cases are increasing again and the government is weighing in on mandatory vaccines and masks. This presentation will provide up-to-date information on the new OSHA & DOJ guidance as well as any other federal updates.

Mandating your staff to get vaccinated is critical in both ways legally and financially. You want to protect your practice and patients, but unless you do it right you could face huge penalties. Multiple federal and state laws are cracking down on compliance with vaccination requirements for your medical office staff, regardless of what you are vaccinating for. All it takes is one employee to complain that your immunization process infringes on their privacy or employment rights, and you’ll be faced with an expensive legal mess.


  • OSHA
  • DOJ on mandatory vaccines
  • EEOC on mandatory vaccines
  • Masks policies
  • Vaccine policies
  • COVID-19 update

What Will I Learn?

  • Employer’s obligation to keep workers safe
  • Learn about new DOJ guidance
  • Review EEOC guidance
  • What challenges have there been to the mandates
  • Review OSHA guidelines
  • Current status of CDC mandates
  • Discussion of state law

Topics for this course

1 Lessons1h

You can access all the webinar materials after successful payment

Webinar Link + Handouts PDF

About the instructor

Kelly Holden is a partner and chair of DBL Law’s Employment Law practice which represents private and public employers in all facets of employment law. Her practice includes advising clients on compliance with various employment matters and providing training on all such issues. Kelly has experience working with the EEOC, DOL, DOJ, Kentucky Commission on Human Rights, Kentucky Labor Cabinet, Ohio Civil Rights Commission, as well as litigating cases in federal and state courts. She also drafts employment and non-compete agreements, with an emphasis on health care provider and physician agreements. Kelly advises companies on 1-9 compliance, performs 1-9 audits, conducts harassment investigations, drafts employee handbooks and employment policies and provides training on all aspects of employment law. She represents and volunteers with non-profit clients, and represents educational institutions and healthcare entities. Kelly frequently speaks at the state and national level on employment law issues including the recent COVID19 issues that employers are now facing.
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2 Courses

9 students


Material Includes

  • Handouts PDF
  • Full Webinar Video with unlimited access


  • Operating System: Windows any version preferably above Windows Vista & Mac any version above OS X 10.6
  • Internet Speed: Preferably above 1 MBPS
  • Headset: Any decent headset and microphone which can be used to talk and hear clearly

Target Audience

  • Healthcare Administrators
  • Company/Business Owners
  • HR managers
  • In-house legal counsel
  • Hospital and Medical offices
  • Hospital’s Staff
  • Compliance professionals
  • Healthcare Providers
  • Managers/Supervisors
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