Fitchburg State University Presents Back to Business During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A 4-Part Webinar Series

Back to Business During the COVID-19 Pandemic
A 4-Part Webinar Series

July 27 – 30, 2020    |      3:00 – 4:00 PM

Free to Attend

Co-Sponsored by:
Safety Trainers and Fitchburg State University


Navigating the CDC, WHO, DPH, EPA, FDA, OSHA and State of Massachusetts regulations can be overwhelming. We have complied the best combination of recommendations from these trusted sources to get your business operating with safety and health as a top priority.

Join us for a 4-webinar series (1 hour each) that bullet point out what you need to do. In partnership with Fitchburg State, the Safety Trainers will deliver this information in a manageable and organized system for you to take immediate action on implementing controls, training and updating your policies to protect your business and your employees.

Who should attend? Anyone in your organization who is now part of a team or is responsible for managing health and safety in your workplace. This will help you to get your business and employees back to work making everyone’s safety and health a top priority.

Webinar #1 – 1 hour – July 27, 2020

Navigating the alphabet soup of regulations. You will learn all areas of your business where you will need to make changes and considerations for new rules, new equipment, new processes and adapt the factors you consider in decision making.

Webinar #2 – 1 hour – July 28, 2020

Who will be your COVID-19 Safety and Health Coordinator? Where should you begin when setting up the COVID-19 Coordinator, Emergency Response Team and/or Safety Committee to Manage COVID-19 Best Practices, Changes in Regulation and Implementation? We will walk you through the areas of consideration and SIGNS, SIGNS, and SIGNS.

Webinar #3 – 1 hour – July 29, 2020

New Rules. New Procedures. Which ones should I apply to our business?

Engineering and Administrative Controls to all areas of your operations will be the key to keeping your staff safe and your business open. Learn the Hierarchy of Controls Methodology. In this series, we will give you several options to consider in many areas of your business to include but not limited to:

  • Signage and Communication
  • Record Keeping and Resources
  • Updating Sick Policy and Return to Work Criteria
  • Facility Layout, Flow of Materials and People, Entrance and Exits, Parking, Common Spaces
  • Pre-Qualifying and Safety Policy for Visitor, Vendor, Third Party for Hire Relationships
  • Housekeeping to include trash, sanitation and disinfecting procedures
  • Personal Protective Equipment implementation
  • Training

Webinar #4 – 1 hour  – July 30, 2020

I Didn’t Know I Needed to Do All of That to Disinfect and Clean Safely?

Using OSHA, CDC, EPA and FDA to make changes to your housekeeping process to include trash, sanitation, laundry and disinfecting, HazCom Policy, Hazardous Chemicals, personal protective equipment use and training. We will answer questions like; Do I need N95 respirators? Will a cloth mask work? Handwashing vs. Antibacterial agents? Do I need a flammable storage cabinet for hand sanitizer and isopropyl alcohol? How do I get an EPA approved disinfectant for COVID-19? Where can I buy PPE?