[Webinar Recording] How Employers Can Respond to COVID-19 and Frequently Asked Questions

On Tuesday, March 17, 2020 at 2:30 PM Eastern, Eric J. ConnKara M. MacielAmanda R. Strainis-Walker, and Lindsay A. DiSalvo presented a complimentary webinar regardingOSHA Employment Crossover Webinar (Dec. 2019) “How Employers Can Respond to COVID-19 and Frequently Asked Questions.”
There have been a number of significant developments related to the 2019 Novel Coronavirus – now officially called “COVID-19.”  Today, the world health organization declared a global pandemic and there are over 1000 confirmed cases in the United States.

Participants in this webinar learned about recent developments and federal legal guidance including:

  • Strategies for employers to prevent workplace exposures while complying with Federal and State level labor employment laws
  • OSHA’s guidance about preventing workers from exposure to COVID-19 and related regulatory risks
  • FAQs for employers with guidance from the CDC

We are pleased to share links to a copy of the slides and a recording of the webinar. We are putting up new content about CV-19 on our OSHA Defense Report blog and Employer Defense Report blog just about every day.  Here is a link that should include each individual article on the topic.  If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to reach out as we are in regular contact with OSHA and CDC to help answer our clients’ questions about how to manage this crisis.  Chances are good that whatever questions you all are facing, we have heard and helped answer them already.

This was the 4th webinar in the 2020 OSHA Webinar Series. Click here to view our full schedule, detailed program descriptions, and individual registration pages for the remaining webinars in the 2020 OSHA Webinar Series.  To register for all of Conn Maciel Carey’s OSHA webinars, click here to send an email request, and we will get you automatically registered.

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If you missed any of our past webinars in our annual OSHA Webinar Series, here is a link to Conn Maciel Carey’s webinar archive.

4 thoughts on “[Webinar Recording] How Employers Can Respond to COVID-19 and Frequently Asked Questions

  1. […] We will continue to monitor OSHA’s guidance on how its regulations apply to the COVID-19 pandemic and provide additional updates on these evolving questions and issues.  In the meantime, check out the webinar put on by Conn Maciel Carey’s COVID-19 Task Force earlier this week addressing “How Employers Can Respond to COVID-19.” […]

  2. […] OSHA’s guidance is welcome relief for many employers across the country trying to protect their workforce from this unprecedented crisis, and struggling to meet certain compliance burdens because of it.  We will continue to monitor OSHA’s guidance on how its regulations apply to the Coronavirus pandemic, and we will provide additional updates on these evolving issues.  In the meantime, check out the webinar put on by Conn Maciel Carey’s COVID-19 Task Force in March addressing “How Employers Can Respond to COVID-19.” […]

  3. […] OSHA’s guidance is welcome relief for many employers across the country trying to protect their workforce from this unprecedented crisis, and struggling to meet certain compliance burdens because of it.  We will continue to monitor OSHA’s guidance on how its regulations apply to the Coronavirus pandemic, and we will provide additional updates on these evolving issues.  In the meantime, check out the webinar put on by Conn Maciel Carey’s COVID-19 Task Force in March addressing “How Employers Can Respond to COVID-19.” […]

  4. […] We will continue to monitor the emerging labor and employment regulatory landscape during the Coronavirus pandemic, and provide additional updates on these evolving issues.  In the meantime, check out the webinar put on by Conn Maciel Carey’s COVID-19 Task Force in March addressing “How Employers Can Respond to COVID-19.” […]

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