Effective Date: October 19, 2020
Statewide Mask, Face Covering, Face Shield Guidance
This guidance is specific to requirements for wearing masks, face coverings or face shields. For more information please click on the attachment below.
Download: Oregon Health Authority Guidelines Regarding COVID-19.pdf
Do you need COVID-19 viral testing done? Are you having a hard time finding a provider who does the testing? In the attached article you will find tips to help you navigate testing. Should you have any questions or concerns about your benefits, please do not hesitate to contact our office at 800-547-4457 ext. 2017.
Download: August 2020 Live Wire_COVID 19 Testing_southern locals.pdf
COVID-19 Resuming Business Operations Frequently Asked Questions
The state has taken emergency measures to slow the spread of COVID-19, resulting in many temporary business closures. As more business operations start to resume in Oregon, situations may occur where workers either cannot or do not return to work.
Download: 04.30.20 Employer_Resuming_Operations-FAQs.pdf
On April 23rd, 2020 Governor Brown held a press conference announcing that the delay of ‘non-urgent’ medical procedures (Executive Order 20-10) will be lifted on May 1st. This will include dental and medical procedures, as long as a provider meets COVID-19 safety criteria.
To All Contributing Employers
The attached memorandum is to explain what contributions must be made to the Fringe Benefit Funds in Local 48, 280, 659, and 932 for employees out on Emergeny Paid Sick Leave and Family Medical Leave Expansion (FMLEA) under FFCRA. Please read the attachment for detailed information.
Sunrise Dental is a union dental group and is comprised of independently owned dental office throughout Washington and Oregon. We are a group of Unionized dentists who morally believe that taking care of their employees and patients is their number one priority.
Download: EMERGENCY SUNRISE DENTAL.PDF
Dear Sisters and Brothers:
Congress has passed two major pieces of legislation to deal with the coronavirus crisis, the Families First Coronavirus Relief Act (“FFCRA”) and the Coronavirus Air, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. Both include important protections for workers affective by the current crisis. For more information please review the attachment below.
Download: FFCRA and CARESAct.PDF