Keeping Your Employees Physically Safe and Free from Scams during the COVID-19 Pandemic
September 10, 2020 @ 11:30am
Margo Riekes, BBB Communications Director, will present on the following topics:
- Business Email Compromise (BEC) scams
- Phishing scams
- Cyber security tips
Terry Anderson, NSCN Safety Consultant, will present on:
- Return to work updates
- Other COVID-19 safety updates
- Available COVID-19 resources
Time: Begins at 11:30am
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Cardiac Arrest: A Survivor's Story -
Presentaton Info: CPR increases the possibility of surviving sudden cardiac arrest. But it's not just trained professionals who can jump in to perform CPR. There are simple, lifesaving steps any bystander can take.
Cardiac arrest is when the heart stops beating. Some 350,000 cases occur each year outside of a hospital, and the survival rate is less than 12 percent. CPR can double or triple the chances of survival.
Hear Cecilia's story on surviving cardiac arrest...
Date: June 25, 2019
Time: 7:30am CTRegister for Webinar
Description: Alcohol and/or Drug Abuse Awareness in the Workplace webinar discusses the risks employees face from co-workers who may abuse chemical substances in the workplace. The webinar also explores the cost of abuse to employers, the warning signs of abuse, reasons why employees abuse substances and what to do to help curb substance abuse in the workplace.
- Risks of substance abuse to employees
- Cost of abuse to employers
- Warning signs of abuse
- Reasons why employees use
- What to do to curb abuse
- Employer resources
The Return to Work Webinar will discuss the challenges employers will face when the day comes to resume their businesses, partially or fully, as the pandemic eases and social distancing requirements wane. Practical courses of action to re-integrate employees back into the workforce and workplace will be a focal point, based upon the most current and local governmental health recommendations.Access Webinar & Other Return to Work Resources
Date: April 30
Time: 12pm CT
Description: Dr. John Howard of NIOSH, in partnership with the National Safety Council, will present an update on the COVID-19 pandemic.Register Now
Date: April 29
Time: 12pm CT
Description: The National Safety Council is pleased to offer our members an exclusive online Town Hall, where President and CEO Lorraine Martin will answer members’ questions about COVID-19 response, workplace safety and leadership in the time of a pandemic. Lorraine will take your questions, both in real time and in advance.Register Now
The Return to Work Webinar will discuss the challenges employers will face when the day comes to resume their businesses, partially or fully, as the pandemic eases and social distancing requirements wane. Practical courses of action to re-integrate employees back into the workforce and workplace will be a focal point, based upon the most current and local governmental health recommendations.Watch Webinar Download Powerpoint
Description: Covid 19 precautions have many people extensively working from home for the first time........in our presentation we will provide some helpful Ergonomics to help avoid pitfalls for work-from-home first timers and veterans alike.Watch Webinar
Construction has been identified as an essential business during the pandemic. Three construction safety professionals discuss how they are keeping their employees safe, healthy and focused on the job.Watch Webinar
Tony Thene, CEO of Carpenter Technologies, walked through steps his organization has taken to keep employees safe from COVID-19 and his experience as a leader through the crisis.Watch Webinar
COVID-19 is impacting mental health and will continue to do so well beyond the immediacy of the initial crisis. Learn how employers can increase the effectiveness of their programs and support employees.Watch Webinar
Safety+Health magazine hosted a free webinar March 26. Nicholas Bahr and Craig Sexton of DuPont Sustainable Solutions presented steps employees and risk management professionals can take to reduce risk at work, and information on helping employees cope with stress and anxiety caused by the pandemic. For the first three months after the live webinar date, you must register to watch.Watch Webinar
Dr. Roy McKay, pulmonary toxicologist and professor emeritus with the department of environmental and public health sciences at the University of Cincinnati, demonstrates an OSHA-compliant fit testing procedure, and discusses employer requirements for recording results of the fit test and mistakes to avoid when using the nebulizer.Watch Webinar