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JOIN US FOR The Online Webinar "COVID-19 How to Get Back to Work Safely in 2021"

OSHA & EEOC have created Guidance's with the collaboration of CDC, ADA, and other regulatory agencies for COVID-19 which have very good components. Employers should use these guides as good practice for opening their workplace or transitioning their workforce to the new normal to avoid allegations of unsafe workplace violations by employees and to provide a safe environment for workers. What you'll learn? How can Employers use the OSHA guidance to prepare for the COVID-19 in the workplace What other resources should you use to determine if your workplace is ready to manage the COVID-19 Pandemic Learn how using the OSHA Guidance and the EEOC Pandemic Guidance can provide Employers with an effective blueprint for opening safely What Do industries have the highest risk for managing COVID-19 How can the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO) be part of any plan to manage the COVID-19 pandemic in the workplace Employers need to consider several factors when deciding how they should open to ensure they are not in violation of safety regulations Learn about the important factors that must be considered as you determine re-opening Learn what other factors determine if employees will return if asked What minimum Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) should be part of any workplace procedures and who should pay for it What is the Employer's role in ensuring safety when the workplace opens Which jobs are considered essential, high risk, or low risk for COVID-19
  • Start:June 30, 2021
  • End:June 30, 2021
  • Recurring
  • Where:New York City, New York City,, New York County, New York, United States, 10000
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