Post-COVID-19 safety precautions for manufacturing facilities

Online options for COVID 19 training in the workplace

Covid-19 Safety Courses

As we all know COVID-19 is an infectious disease caused by a newly discovered coronavirus. Most people who fall sick with COVID-19 will experience mild to moderate symptoms and recover without special treatment while some need special medical attention. Currently there is no vaccine or treatment for Covid19; the only way we have is to safeguard ourselves by following certain safety measures.

Coronavirus disease 2019 (or COVID-19) presents new challenges in the workplace to support the health and well-being of the workforce and keep businesses running smoothly. While employers and management are responsible for establishing plans and procedures, employees play a key role in keeping operations running and preventing exposures.

While most of us are aware of the common safety measures to be taken, special training is required in the workplace for the employees to implement the safety measures effectively.

We offer a wide range of online training courses on COVID-19 safety aspects. Should you wish to evaluate these courses free of charge (for your company), please contact us.

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Coronavirus: Guarding Against COVID-19

This online Coronavirus: Guarding Against COVID-19 course covers the following topics:

  • COVID-19 and how it spreads
  • Hand washing and “touch discipline”
  • Social distancing and “respiratory etiquette”
  • What to do if you think you’re getting sick
  • And more

COVID-19 Safety

This online COVID-19 Safety course covers the following topics:

COVID-19 transmission

  • Symptoms of COVID-19
  • Vulnerable populations
  • Tips for preventing illness such as:
    • Physical distancing
    • Self-isolation
    • Proper hand washing techniques
    • Wiping down high-traffic surfaces
  • Sick plans
  • Preventing the spread of illness in the workplace
  • Tips for employers
  • Worker rights

COVID-19: What Employees Need to Know

This online COVID-19: What Employees Need to Know online course covers the following topics:

  • Sick Policy
  • Housekeeping
  • Good Hygiene
  • Physical Separation
  • Social distancing for all employees
  • Employee regulatory rights and responsibilities
  • Sick leave options
  • Workers’ compensation
  • Key OSHA standards for COVID-19
  • Personal protective equipment
  • Special laws and additional regulations, like government stimulus, that may impact income
  • Events and Travel
  • Absenteeism
  • Supply Chain and Production Disruptions

Safe Return to the Workspace Course Suite

This online “Safe Return to the Workspace Course Suite” covers the following topics

  • Safe Return to the Workspace: Preparing Yourself
  • Safe Return to the Workspace: Preparing Your Workspace
  • Safe Return to the Workspace: Sharing Workspace
  • Safe Workspace: Telecommuting

Pandemics: Slowing the Spread

This course will cover the methods that can be implemented to slow down the transmission of a pandemic virus. This course covers the following areas

  • The differences between a pandemic, epidemic, and an outbreak
  • How important it is to slow the spread of a pandemic virus
  • Ways that can assist in slowing down influenza transmissions
  • Ways to reduce the risk of influenza exposure
  • The route of exposure of influenza viruses
  • The history behind the Coronavirus and 2020 pandemic
  • The symptoms of Covid-19
  • Who is classified as high-risk for contracting Covid-19?
  • What you should do if you feel sick

Covid 19 Safety Training in workplace

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