1. Upgrade to Entire Series: COVID-19 Safety Manager Certification LEVEL 2

Upgrade to Entire Series: COVID-19 Safety Manager Certification LEVEL 2

$180.00
Human resources, safety, and legal experts Michele Mathews, Stuart Silverman, Melissa Fleischer, Brian Vince, and Bob Greene and will explain how to take your workplace to the next level of safety amid the COVID-19 pandemic. You will discover how to manage events, conduct contact tracing, and create an infectious disease preparedness and response plan to protect your colleagues and customers.
Event ID: 47785246
Recording: Unable to attend? A recording will be available after the presentation.
Date: Wednesday, October 14 - Friday, October 16, 1:30 PM Eastern & Monday, October 19, 3 PM Eastern
Duration: 4 Webinar Sessions scheduled for 45-75 minutes each
Presenter: Michele A. Mathews, Melissa Fleischer, Bob Greene, Brian Vince, Stuart Silverman
Credits: 3.2 SHRM, 3.2 HRCI total credits

Upgrade to Entire Series

As COVID-19 persists, organizations and regulations are requiring more aggressive measures to keep employees and customers safe. You need to become familiar with techniques for event planning, contact tracing, and infectious disease preparedness.

Our COVID-19 Safety Manager Certification LEVEL 2 program will enable you to:

  • Learn in-depth OSHA requirements
  • Expand workplace safety protocols
  • Protect your organization from potential legal liability
  • Prove your advanced 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.

Looking for Level 1 Training? - Register Here: COVID-19 Safety Manager Certification (w/ California and New York add-on courses available)


COVID-19 Safety Manager Certification LEVEL 2

Webinar 1

Wednesday, October 14

1:30 PM Eastern; 12:30 PM Central; 11:30 AM Mountain; 10:30 AM Pacific

COVID-19 and Records to Keep to Show You are Keeping the Workplace Safe

  • Records required by OSHA, including use of form 300A
  • Safety complaints
  • Employee temperature records
  • Documentation of FMLA and FFCRA sick leave
  • Cleaning and disinfection records

Webinar 2

Thursday, October 15

1:30 PM Eastern; 12:30 PM Central; 11:30 AM Mountain; 10:30 AM Pacific

COVID-19 and What HR Need to Know About Contact Tracing

  • Contact tracing overview and benefits
  • Types of contact tracing
  • Privacy concerns related to contact tracing
  • Managing self-reporting
  • CDC guidelines and COVIDTracer

Webinar 3

Friday, October 16

1:30 PM Eastern; 12:30 PM Central; 11:30 AM Mountain; 10:30 AM Pacific

How To Plan Safer Events In The Midst Of COVID-19

  • Event guidelines from CDC and OSHA
  • Special considerations for events with food
  • Disinfecting plans
  • Creating and enforcing expectations for distancing
  • Space configuration for optimal safety

Webinar 4

Monday, October 19

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

COVID-19 and Creating an Infectious Disease Preparedness and Response Plan for your Workplace

  • Infectious disease and response plan development
  • Workplace policies
  • Occupational risk classifications from OSHA
  • Administrative controls
  • Environment safety considerations
  • Personal protective equipment, including masks

Human resources, safety, and legal experts Michele Mathews, Stuart Silverman, Melissa Fleischer, Brian Vince, and Bob Greene and will explain how to take your workplace to the next level of safety amid the COVID-19 pandemic. You will discover how to manage events, conduct contact tracing, and create an infectious disease preparedness and response plan to protect your colleagues and customers.

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