COVID-19 Resource Page

Sedgwick is acutely aware that the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) is an escalating global health concern. In light of this, our Sedgwick pooling clients will need our support more than ever in meeting the needs of their members and employees. We are fully committed to maintaining all services critical to the welfare of our pools and we will continue to deliver preparedness and response efforts during this crisis.

The resource links below were selected to highlight relevant Sedgwick risk control website resources. In addition we have compiled important public and regulatory links to help keep our members informed during this pandemic. As always, please contact your team of JPA staff if you need clarification or additional assistance.

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The workplace standards were updated in May 2022. The revisions are in effect until December 31, 2022. More information on the recent revisions to the COVID-19 Prevention Emergency Temporary Standards is available on Cal/OSHA’s Frequently Asked Questions.

We will continue to keep you abreast of any new developments.  Please feel free to reach out with any questions.

Resource Links

Cal/OSHA has unveiled two training modules for COVID-19.  They are located at

The Employers course is designed for managers, supervisors, foremen, lead persons, and other people in charge of overseeing other workers or the health and safety of workers. The Workers course is designed for workers who do not fill any kind of supervisory or lead role.  The first 17 minutes of the Employer training is identical to the Worker Training, so managers, supervisors, etc. do not need to do both trainings.

NOTE: Users who complete these online courses will earn certificates of completion. Completion of this training, alone, does not constitute compliance with an employer’s legal obligations to comply with safety and health requirements under California law. The training courses are designed to be used as part of an employer’s safety program and are not complete trainings on their own. For training to be effective, employers must train their workers on information and procedures specific to their own workplaces. To take a course, users must register by providing their name and email address. Any personal information provided by users will be used by this training environment solely to track course progress and award the certificate upon completion.


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