Potential Worksite Exposure Reporting (AB 685)

* CalOSHA requires notification when a qualifying individual has been in a worksite (e.g., buildings, stores, facilities, agricultural fields and other locations) during their infectious period. The California Department of Public Health defines the infectious period as 2 days before an infected person first develops symptoms (or 2 days before an asymptomatic test) until 10 days have passed since symptoms first appeared, and at least 24 hours have passed with no fever (without the use of fever-reducing medications), and other symptoms have improved.

Potential Worksite Exposures

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Report Date Sort ascending Worksite Location Potential Exposure Dates*
John E. Thurman Jr. Laboratory Building Davis campus
Student Dining and Housing Services - Tercero Davis campus -
California Animal Health & Food Safety - Turlock Off campus -
California Animal Health & Food Safety - Turlock Off campus
Cole Building Davis campus
Student Health and Counseling Services Davis campus
Police Building Davis campus
RMI North Building Davis campus
California National Primate Research Center Davis campus
Student Housing Davis campus
Tupper Hall Davis campus