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Tyson Foods Inc. has hired a chief medical officer to oversee employee health, safety and wellness following lawsuits and criticism over COVID-19 outbreaks among workers at some of the Springdale, Arkansas-based meatpacking company’s plants.
Dr. Claudia Coplein, who most recently served as chief medical officer for Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Co., will focus on protecting Tyson’s workers from COVID-19 and also oversee the launch of a pilot program establishing workplace health clinics run by Marathon Health LLC in seven of Tyson’s plant communities, the company announced in a statement Thursday.
Dr. Coplein is based in Atlanta.
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The Centers for Food Safety and the Food Chain Workers Alliance have filed a rulemaking petition with the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration, urging the agency to issue an emergency temporary standard to protect workers in the meat and poultry processing industries.