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RES is required to collect your vaccination status information by the Federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) COVID-19 Vaccination and Testing Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS).
Acceptable proof is one of the following:
RES must ensure each employee who is not fully vaccinated and meets the standards outlined in the RES Employee Choice Vaccination policy be tested for COVID-19 at least once every 7 days. The results must be reported via the Vaccination Status link above. If a required employee does not provide documentation of a COVID-19 vaccination or test result as required, RES must keep that employee removed from the workplace until such documentation is provided.
Not both self-administered and self-read unless observed by an authorized telehealth proctor with documentation provided
An acceptable COVID-19 test is one that is cleared, approved, or authorized including in an Emergency Use Authorization, by the FDA, and is administered in accordance with the authorized instructions; and a test that is not both self-administered and self-read unless observed by an authorized telehealth proctor.
Examples of acceptable tests include those that test with specimens that are processed by a laboratory (including home or on-site collected specimens); or tests proctored over-the-counter, or point of care tests, or tests where specimen collection and processing is either done or observed by RES.
RES takes your confidentiality seriously. We must maintain a record of each vaccination status and test result provided for required employees. These records are considered employee medical records and will be maintained as such and will not be disclosed except as required by this mandate or other federal law.
If you believe you have a valid exemption, please contact the Americas Human Resources team at Americas.HR@res-group.com to begin the interactive process.
No. COVID-19 testing costs are not covered nor reimbursable by RES.
In the event of a positive COVID-19 test, you should promptly upload your result via the form linked above and notify your manager of your absence and follow our normal paid time off and leave of absence policies. You will be allowed to return to your work site once a negative test result is received, or you meet the criteria to return to work from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), or you receive a recommendation to return to work from a licensed healthcare provider.