1. COVID-19 Safety Manager Certification (w/ State specific OSHA add-on courses available)

COVID-19 Safety Manager Certification (w/ State specific OSHA add-on courses available)

$279.00
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Human resources, safety, and legal experts Stuart Silverman, Melissa Fleischer, Suzanne Lucas, Linnell Baugham, and Debra Braden will explain how to transform your workplace into a bastion of safety amid the COVID-19 pandemic. You will discover which policies and procedures you can implement to protect your team and avoid liability.
Event ID: 24419555
Recording: Unable to attend? A recording will be available after the presentation.
Date: Monday, October 5, 2020 - Thursday, October 8, 2020; 3 PM Eastern
Duration: 3 Webinar Sessions scheduled for 75-90 minutes each with optional State specific add-on courses available
Presenter: Melissa Fleischer, Suzanne Lucas, Stuart Silverman, Linnell Baugham & Debra Braden
Credits: 4.0 SHRM, 4.0 HRCI total credits for 3 base sessions

COVID-19 Safety Manager Certification

Organizations must keep employees and customers safe from COVID-19. Accomplishing this goal requires a focused safety manager who is familiar with relevant laws, proven practices, testing procedures, and personal protective equipment.

Our COVID-19 Safety Manager Certification program will enable you to:

  • Learn OSHA requirements
  • Establish workplace safety protocols
  • Protect your organization from potential legal liability
  • Prove your knowledge to colleagues, customers, and regulators with your COVID-19 Safety Manager Certificate

We have packed a large volume of interesting and useful content into three engaging webinars, including detailed procedures that you can apply immediately to help prevent a coronavirus outbreak in your organization.

Optional $99 California Add-On Course Available, Register Here: COVID-19 and Cal/OSHA: What California HR Needs to Know

Optional $99 New York Add-On Course Available, Register Here: COVID-19 And New York/PESH: What New York HR Needs to Know

Optional $99 Virginia Add-On Course Available, Register Here: COVID-19 And Virginia’s New Mandatory OSHA Workplace Safety Regulations

Webinar 1

Monday, October 5

3 PM Eastern; 2 PM Central; 1 PM Mountain; 12 PM Pacific

COVID-19, Testing, and Temperatures: How to Make Things Safer as Employees Return to Work

  • Legal implications of requiring medical tests for employees
  • EEOC definition of a “direct threat”
  • Types of testing available
  • Ethical issues
  • Testing and temperature protocols to implement
  • Role of testing in FFCRA and EMFLA

Webinar 2

Wednesday, October 7

3 PM Eastern; 2 PM Central; 1 PM Mountain; 12 PM Pacific

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

  • Organizations required to use PPE by the CDC and/or OSHA
  • Situations in which employees must wear facemasks
  • Strategies to ensure customers use face coverings
  • Potential for lawsuits for not keeping employees and/or customers safe
  • Protocol for handling employees who refuse to wear masks
  • Techniques to convey a feeling of safety to customers and employees

Webinar 3

Thursday, October 8

3 PM Eastern; 2 PM Central; 1 PM Mountain; 12 PM Pacific

COVID-19 and OSHA Requirements

  • OSHA regulations and your responsibilities
  • New COVID-19 guidance and required policy changes
  • Written safety plan provisions
  • Social distancing protocols for workers who need to be present
  • Significant potential hazards during this pandemic
  • OSHA requirements for recordkeeping and maintenance
  • Incident reporting and recording for remote employees
  • OSHA poster requirements

Webinar 4 (Add-On Course)

(optional add-on for organizations with employees in New York)

Monday, October 12

3 PM Eastern; 2 PM Central; 1 PM Mountain; 12 PM Pacific

COVID-19 And New York/PESH: What New York HR Needs to Know

(Register Here: $99 add-on for organizations with employees in New York)

  • New York State essential business guidance
  • Documents that must be posted in businesses
  • NYS COVID-19 Hazard Analysis (construction sector)
  • NYS Forward Safety Plan template
  • NYS Reopening Requirements (Phase 3 and beyond)
  • NY PESH (New York Public Employee Safety and Health Bureau)
  • NYC Citywide Office of Occupational Safety and Health (COSH)

Webinar 5 (Add-On Course)

(optional add-on for organizations with employees in California)

Monday, October 12

3 PM Eastern; 2 PM Central; 1 PM Mountain; 12 PM Pacific

COVID-19 And Cal/OSHA: What HR Managers In California Need To Know

(Register Here: $99 add-on for organizations with employees in California)

  • State-specific Cal/OSHA regulations and laws
  • Differences between Cal/OSHA and federal OSHA guidance
  • Best practices for an Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP)
  • Industry-specific Cal/OSHA requirements
  • Communication strategies for COVID-19 prevention guidelines
  • Resources provided by Cal/OSHA

Webinar 6 (Add-On Course)

(optional add-on for organizations with employees in Virginia)

Tuesday, October 13

3 PM Eastern; 2 PM Central; 1 PM Mountain; 12 PM Pacific

COVID-19 And Virginia’s New Mandatory OSHA Workplace Safety Regulations

(Register Here: $99 add-on for organizations with employees in Virginia)

  • Are employees suspected of having COVID-19 prohibited from the workplace?
  • What protocols must you follow when allowing infected employees to return?
  • Do you need to implement an infectious disease response plan?
  • What are the requirements for the use of personal protective equipment?
  • How should you disinfect and sanitize your workplace?
  • What are the requirements for social distancing?
  • What training must you provide to employees?
  • What are the rules regarding mandatory face masks?

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