Business & Employment Information

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Self-Attestation Form

Self-Attestation Form to return to work

Testimonio para regresar al trabajo

Reporting a potential Outbreak to Public Health

Businesses are required to report to Public Health when they have three (3) COVID-19 positive employees reported within a 14 day period.

An outbreak in a non-healthcare setting occurs when an employer identifies three (3) or more cases of COVID-19 at a worksite within a 14 day period. They are required to report within 48 hours.

Businesses can report positive cases by calling or sending an email to the call center.  An outbreak investigator will get in contact to obtain additional information about the potential outbreak.

An Outbreak Line List is a useful tool that helps to track COVID-19 positive employees.  The Outbreak Investigator will help you complete this form or you can complete it on your own.


Additional Resources for Businesses

Cal/OSHA COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standards (ETS) May 2022 – Updates to include new CDPH masking guidance


CDPH Outbreak Definition and Reporting Guidance

AB 685 Covid-19 Workplace Outbreak Reporting Requirements

Employer Questions about AB 685

Employer Guidance  on AB 685 Definitions


Employer/Employee Information

The Department of Department of Fair Employment and Housing has issued a document that answers a number of questions related to employer/employee responsibilities during the pandemic: DFEH Employment Information on COVID-19 FAQ. It covers the following topics:

  • Discrimination and harassment
  • Questions about an disclosing and employee’s COVID symptoms
  • Protective equipment
  • Job protected leave and the California Family Rights Act
  • Reasonable accommodation for employees with disabilities/ vulnerable populations
  • Vaccinations
  • How to file a complaint


Signage for Businesses (April 2022)

Señalización para Empresas (Abril 2022)