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COVID 19 Updating!

Alert!  Humboldt County Masking Order

Don’t get too excited…Indoor Masking has not been lifted yet!  It has come to our attention that folks, having read the press release from Humboldt and Del Norte counties, believe that ALL masking ends Monday the 8th.  Below is a lightly edited copy of the press release to make the new order a little clearer…read on!

Outdoor masking to be lifted November 8th, 2021. 

Indoor masking is NOT being lifted, until ALL the following occur:

  1. Consistently low and stable COVID-19 cases by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) data tracker
  2. Consistently low and stable hospital impact of respiratory viruses including COVID-19
  3. Improved community protection with vaccination.

Counties are offering guidelines to inform the public WHEN they can EXPECT local masking orders to be removed

From DHHS Indoor Masking Order dated November 8, 2021

SUMMARY OF THIS ORDER This Order requires all individuals to wear face coverings when indoors in workplaces and public settings, with limited exemptions, and recommends that businesses and events make face coverings available to individuals entering these spaces.

NCSC will continue to require masking indoors in compliance with the County Public Health orders, as well as current Cal-OSHA ETS regulations.

ALERT! The Cal-OSHA Standards Board has voted - On June 17, 2021 the most recent revisions to the Emergency Temporary Standard on COVID are effective June 18, 2021, and were revised to align with CDC and CDPH guidance.   What are the big changes? 

-  No more social distancing, except in exceptional situations
-  If employees are fully vaccinated, they may go without masks
-  If employees are not vaccinated, they must wear masks provided by the employer
Employers must provide respirators if requested by an unvaccinated employee, or for employees working indoors or in vehcles with more than one person
-  Employers must document vaccination status, which can include self-attestation
-  No more partitions or barriers

There are of course more in the details, but those are the main points.  Members will receive a more detailed overview by email.  As the ETS goes into approval and enforcement, read the July Member Newsletter-Regulatory Journal, for more details on some of the grey areas, and what the new sub-committee will be looking at clarifying.

Stay healthy, get vaccinated! 

Contact Us

NCSC can be reached during normal business hours.
Monday-Friday (9:00am-5:00pm PST; Lunch 12:00-1:00)
NCSC does not take walk-in traffic during training sessions (See Training Schedule or contact NCSC)

1932 Central Avenue
McKinleyville, CA 95519

(707) 839.7311
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Northern California Safety Consortium, is located in McKinleyville, CA, on the Redwood Coast.  1932 Central Ave., McKinleyville, California Cross street Heartwood Dr. in the McKinleyville Plaza located in the northwest corner of the intersection. Traveling North from Eureka and other points south, take Hwy. 101 N. to the first McKinleyville off ramp (Central Ave.) which will drop you onto Central Ave.  Continue north on Central Ave. through four stoplights, making a left into McKinleyville Plaza Shopping Center ,after passing through the Heartwood Dr. intersection. Traveling South from Crescent City/Trinidad areas, take Hwy. 101 S. to Murray Rd. off ramp turning east until you reach Central Ave. Turn right on to Central Ave. from Murray Blvd. and continue to travel South on Central Ave., until  you pass Hiller Rd. Turn right into the McKinleyville Plaza Shopping Center immediately after passing Coast Central Credit Union. Traveling from the East from Redding/Willow Creek/Blue Lake take Hwy. 299 West taking the North Bank Rd. off ramp following North Bank Rd. until you reach Hwy. 101 and Central Ave. Turn right merging onto Central Ave. continue north through four stop lights making a left once passing through the Heartwood Dr. intersection.