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Tyson Horrocks Joins OH&S SafetyPod to Discuss Suspension of OSHA's Emergency Temporary Standard

Holland & Hart attorney Tyson Horrocks, Of Counsel with the firm’s Labor & Employment practice, joined the OH&S SafetyPod podcast with host Sydny Shepard. Horrocks discussed OSHA’s Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS), which regulates covid vaccination and testing directives for companies with 100 or more employees, including the current status of the ETS, state challenges to the ETS, the suspension of OSHA enforcement efforts, and more. The episode aired November 22.

Listen to the full podcast here: Ep. 111: OSHA Suspends Recent Covid-19 ETS — What You Need to Know.

The OH&S SafetyPod takes a deep dive into occupational safety and health topics with industry experts. Topics include healthcare respiratory protection, distributor/manufacturer cooperation, compliance programs, and more. To learn more visit

Tyson counsels employers on the full spectrum of issues and challenges they face to efficiently and effectively manage their workforce. Tyson leverages his litigation experience to counsel employers how to proactively avoid disputes on matters such as restrictive covenants, wrongful termination, sexual harassment and discrimination, and retaliation. He also provides pragmatic compliance counsel, including audits for Fair Labor Standards Act and other state and federal regulations.

Holland & Hart’s Labor & Employment team provides pragmatic solutions that manage liability risks and protect an employer’s interests, reputation, and business objectives.


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