COVID-19 Legal Update: Nevada
Workers' Compensation Administrative board/ commission
How does the state define an occupational disease?
NRS 617.010 This chapter shall be known as the Nevada Occupational Diseases Act. By definition, an occupational disease is a medical condition that occurs as a result of one’s workplace or work activity. Occupational diseases are often chronic ailments that can significantly detract from a worker’s life. These conditions may affect one’s ability to work or even perform day-to-day activities, and in some cases occupational diseases may be fatal.
COVID-19 SPECIFIC LAWS, AGENCY DECLARATIONS/ PRESS RELEASES, OR ENACTED REGULATION?
OSHA Guidelines for Mining, Construction and Mfg.
March 18, 2020
Court Closures & Modified Call
Does this state have a shelter-in-place in order?
ANY STATE-SPECIFIC GUIDANCE ON DISABILITY, UNEMPLOYMENT, OR HEALTH BENEFITS FOR COVID-19?
DHS: COVID-19 Message to all NV Employers
Last Updated: 7/14/2020