Scott Moore, Esq., on what the law says about mandatory vaccinations
Moore and Rob Lawrence break down employer mandates and exemptions for mask wearing and vaccination
As we head out of the depths of the pandemic and adjust to the “new normal,” the vaccination status of the workforce – in order to protect both coworkers and patients alike – is a major consideration. This week, a judge rejected a lawsuit from Houston hospital workers who had been suspended for not being vaccinated.
This issue is an emotive one, and to unpick these issues, our host, Rob Lawrence, speaks to employment and HR Lawyer, Scott Moore. Scott helps us understand the issues of mandatory vaccinations, declaration of vaccination status and more.
Scott A. Moore, Esq., has been in the EMS field for over 30 years and is a featured speaker at the EMS Leadership Summit hosted by the EMS Leadership Academy. Scott has held executive positions at several ambulance services in Massachusetts. He is a licensed attorney, specializing in human resources, employment and labor law, employee benefits and corporate compliance matters. Scott has been a site reviewer for the Commission on the Accreditation of Ambulance Services (CAAS) for many years and currently serves on the CAAS Panel of Commissioners. In addition, Scott is currently serving on the Board of Directors for the Savvik Foundation and The Code Green Campaign. For more information visit: www.MooreEMSconsulting.com.
Read the article: “Can public safety employers mandate COVID-19 vaccination?” and listen to the discussion below.