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Chai Suthammanont Remembrance Act of 2021

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Official Title as Introduced

To require the head of each agency to establish a safety plan relating to COVID-19 for any worksite at which employees or contractors are required to be physically present during the COVID-19 pandemic, and for other purposes.

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02/11/2021Introduced in House

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02/11/2021Referred to the House Committee on Oversight and Reform.
Action By: House of Representatives
02/11/2021Introduced in House
Action By: House of Representatives

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House Oversight and Reform02/11/2021 Referred to

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Introduced in House (02/11/2021)

Chai Suthammanont Remembrance Act of 2021

This bill requires federal agencies to develop and disclose safety plans that contain certain information for on-site employees and contractors during the public health emergency relating to COVID-19 (i.e., coronavirus disease 2019).

Specifically, the bill requires each agency to post a safety plan on its website that includes descriptions of (1) the personal protective equipment that the agency will provide to its on-site employees and contractors; (2) protections for employees whose work requires them to travel off-site; (3) testing, contact-tracing, and vaccination protocols; and (4) protocols that ensure the continuity of operations in the event it is necessary to reverse on-site requirements.

Each agency's Office of the Inspector General must report on whether the agency has published and implemented its safety plan.