Webinar to Discuss OSHA Regulatory Requirements for Coronavirus
AssetPro will be hosting a webinar, March 31st, 2020, at 10 am to discuss how employers can meet the intent of the OSHA regulations and how to protect their employees from coronavirus (COVID-19).
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As an employer, do you know your role and responsibility of ensuring proper regulatory notification, recordkeeping and incident investigation protocols pertaining to the coronavirus or COVID-19? AssetPro will be hosting a webinar, March 31st, 2020, at 10 am to discuss how employers can meet the intent of the OSHA regulations and how to protect their employees from the virus. Details on registration can be found here.
According to the CDC, the spread of the virus occurs most likely among close contacts (about 6 feet) with another person. The person-to-person spread is thought to occur mainly via respiratory droplets produced when an infected person coughs or sneezes, similar to how influenza and other respiratory pathogens spread.
With nearly 4,000 deaths and over 110, 000 known cases worldwide, both are likely to increase drastically for some time. The webinar will help attendees to learn more about how and what to communicate to employees, visitors, vendors and contractors at worksites pertaining to the virus.
This webinar will focus on the uncertainty and fear of COVID-19 and provide information to employers on how to protect employees, visitors, vendors and contractors of COVID-19. This jam-packed informational webinar will provide a better understanding of the virus and how to identify symptoms, provide preventative measures and comply with various applicable OSHA regulations.
Areas that will be covered within the session are the reason behind the worldwide outbreak (signs and symptoms of the coronavirus), applicable OSHA regulations, preventative measures and best practices to prevent COVID-19 in the workplace, plant wide risk matrix — operational controls to minimize panic in the workplace and resource avenue.
Most will find that they can benefit from attending this webinar, including business travelers, healthcare professionals, laboratories, airline operations, solid waste and wastewater management, small to medium to large sized business owners, safety consultants, as well as any public or private company in general, maritime, construction or agricultural industries, and so many more.
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