If you’re scrambling to prepare for the new federal vaccination and testing regulations, we can help. 

Since the early days of the pandemic, RxGenomix has been offering a variety of COVID testing options to help create healthier workplaces. On November 4, the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) issued an Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) requiring all employers with at least 100 employees to ensure their workers are either fully vaccinated against COVID-19, or submit to weekly COVID-19 testing observed by a third party. Employers across the country are scrambling to find solutions. We’re here to help.

A Comprehensive COVID-19 Testing Program

RxGenomix has designed end-to-end solutions that help employers get the testing they need at a price they can afford. We offer a range of testing options, and can be your sole source for a program that meets all requirements for testing and reporting while helping you protect your business from the spread of COVID. You can have: 

  • A testing program that is tailored to your needs 
  • The most cost-effective and compliant solution available 
  • A trusted advisor to manage the entire testing program 
  • Individualized training and support for your team members at each location 

Confused about where to start? Start with our guide to ETS and essential steps for implementation.

Contact us today for:

  • A stable supply of COVID-19 testing materials
  • Customized, full-service solutions for the entire testing process with in-person and virtual options
  • Supported solutions that include program oversight and training for your staff on how to observe the testing.


  • All employers with 100+ employees are required to ensure their workers are either vaccinated or tested weekly. Employers are also required to provide employees with paid time off to get vaccinated and to recover from any after-effects. An Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) was issued on November 4, 2021 by the Department of Labor (through OSHA). This requirement will impact an estimated 80 million workers.
  • All federal workers and covered contractors that do business with the federal government are required to be vaccinated. This requirement comes from an Executive Order signed by President Biden in September 2021.
  • All workers at Medicare or Medicaid participating providers are required to be vaccinated. This will be implemented by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services and will affect over 17 million healthcare workers.
  • Encourage and incentivize all eligible employees to get a COVID-19 vaccination as soon as possible.
  • Require the use of face coverings in situations where social distancing is difficult to maintain. See the CDC resource for more information on mask wearing.
  • The CDC recommends that employers coordinate with their local and state health officials to ensure they have the most timely and accurate information to guide prompt identification and isolation of potentially infectious individuals in the workplace.
  • Promote frequent and thorough hand washing or use of alcohol-based hand rubs containing at least 60% alcohol.
  • Encourage and enable workers to stay home if they’re feeling sick.
  • Encourage respiratory etiquette, including covering coughs and sneezes.
  • Practice social distancing by maintaining approximately six feet from others.
  • Consider increasing video or teleconferencing to minimize face-to-face interactions.
  • Perform routine environmental cleaning and disinfection.
  • Increase airflow to occupied spaces when possible, consider modifications to HVAC system and/or use of portable air disinfection units.
  • Decrease occupancy in conference rooms or areas where it is difficult to social distance.