Not to be outdone, the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) also released an expanded guidance recently that elaborates on a number of issues/questions related to face coverings in the workplace. The guidance clarified that facemasks are not considered personal protective equipment nor are employers required to provide them to employees. That said however, the guidance goes on to explain that although facemasks in the workplace are not required under federal law, it is recommended that all employees wear them in the workplace where appropriate and that they be regularly cleaned or discarded. Further, the latest OSHA guidance also strongly suggests that employers and their workers follow the most recent guidance on face coverings published by the US Center for Disease Control.