Construction groups said they were blindsided by the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry’s notification in mid-June that construction businesses and skilled trades need to develop and implement new “preparedness plans that address the hazards of COVID-19 transmission at their worksites.” (Depositphotos.com image)
After getting an earful from the building industry, the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry is allowing more time for contractors to finalize new COVID-19 “preparedness plans” for project sites.
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