1. COVID-19: Masks And Personal Protective Equipment: A Financial Institution’s Responsibility And Liability

COVID-19: Masks And Personal Protective Equipment: A Financial Institution’s Responsibility And Liability

$129.00
Veteran employment attorney Stuart Silverman will walk you through the risks and liabilities that financial institutions face when addressing COVID-19 safety. You will learn what protections to require and how to ensure customer and employee compliance.
Event ID: 2603855
Recording: Unable to attend? A recording will be available after the presentation.
Date: Wednesday, September 2, 2020; 2 PM Eastern
Duration: Scheduled for 75 minutes including question and answer period.
Presenter: Stuart Silverman

COVID-19: Masks And Personal Protective Equipment: An Financial Institution’s Responsibility And Liability

As you reopen your financial institution’s branches and offices, you are likely determining if you should require employees, customers, and members to wear masks. Some people may only feel comfortable if everyone has a face covering while others may refuse to wear them.

You need to understand the legal obligations of your institution to enact appropriate policies, provide personal protective equipment, and communicate requirements to employees.

  • Do CDC and OSHA require financial institutions to use PPE?
  • When are employees required to wear facemasks?
  • How can you ensure customers or members use face coverings?
  • Can you face lawsuits for not keeping people safe?
  • How should you handle a person who refuses to wear a mask?
  • How can you help customers and employees feel safe?

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