The Placer County Public Health Division aligns with California Department of Public Health (CDPH) and Cal/OSHA and will not differ.
As of January 1st, 2023, AB 685 is no longer in effect and non-healthcare employers in Placer County are not required to report COVID-19 outbreaks to Placer County Public Health. On February 3rd, 2023, Cal/OSHA adopted the COVID-19 Prevention Non-Emergency Regulations. Employers are subject to follow the Cal/OSHA COVID-19 Prevention Non-Emergency Regulations or in some workplaces the Cal/OSHA Aerosol Transmissible Disease standards.
Businesses in Placer County are no longer required to report outbreaks to Placer County Public Health but must report major outbreaks to Cal/OSHA. Major outbreaks are defined as 20 or more employee COVID-19 cases in an exposed group that visited the worksite during their infectious period within a 30-day period.
Please review the information below for additional information/assistance with Cal/OSHA requirements.
- Cal/OSHA COVID-19 Prevention - Non-Emergency Standards
- Cal/OSHA Non-Emergency Regulations FAQs
- COVID-19 Prevention Non-Emergency Regulations – What Employers Need to Know
If you have additional questions related to the workplace and COVID-19, please contact Cal/OSHA for further guidance. If you are affiliated with a healthcare or congregate facility, please view those requirements here Version OptionsBusinessesHeadline.
For information and FAQs regarding Childcare guidance please visit the California Department of Social Services. For additional information please visit California COVID-19 Response website and the CDPH.