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COVID-19 continues to be a real concern for public and occupational health.
Even as businesses are allowed to resume operations, employers have serious concerns about their obligations to protect employees, especially in the face of shifting guidance from OSHA, the CDC, EEOC, and state governments. Also, employers have questions on the new information now available on steps they should, and are required, to take to address disease prevention in the workplace - depending on their risk assessment and industrial sector.
OSHA can impose penalties via the “General Duty Clause” and has other tools in its arsenal for enforcement against employers who fail to honor their obligations, and citations can reach $134,937 per affected worker.
What are the current requirements, and what do the standards mean for employers and their liability?
Join us to learn what’s required now, and how you can best protect your workers. In this 60-minute program you’ll learn:
OSHA's Requirements for Protecting Against Infectious Diseases
Disease Prevention & Control Best Practices for Employers
Employer Responsibility for Employee Protection: What You Need to Know
Adele L. Abrams, Esq., CSMP is a nationally recognized authority on Occupational Safety and Health law. She represents employers in OSHA and MSHA litigation and provides training and safety consultation.
With infectious diseases such as the Coronavirus still on the rise, and as domestic travel resumes for business, the risk of exposure is at an all-time high. When disease comes into the workplace, it is the employer's responsibility to identify the hazard, and take immediate action to protect employees. In this 60-minute program you will learn what OSHA requires from employers, and steps you can take to protect workers.
If you'd like this program customized for your organization, call us at 1-800-964-6033. We're certain we can fulfill your training needs, while making it fit in your budget!
For this one hour program you may claim 0.05 continuance of certification points (COC's) from the Board of Certified Safety Professionals (BCSP).
Please submit a request to obtain proof of your participation and a certificate of attendance will be emailed within 2-3 days.