This webinar will provide tips and information to assist companies to protect the workforce, educate employees, as well as learn about compliance risks.
With several cases of Ebola diagnosed in the United States, employers should be prepared to protect the workplace, especially if employees travel to an Ebola-infected country (for business or personal reasons) or even domestically. Employees should consider the wide range of decisions that may arise including: Medical inquiries, leave from work, and educating management and employees. Additionally, employers should understand the signs in case an employee is infected, and an action plan must be implemented for keeping the workplace safe.
Attend this webinar to learn about the Ebola virus, how is it transmitted, symptoms to look out for, how to prevent Ebola in the workplace, and the guidelines that should be followed to protect the workplace from this deadly threat.
Areas to be Covered:
Transmission of Ebola
Symptoms of Ebola to watch out for, according to CDC
Signs that an employee may be infected
Employees and Industries with the greatest risk of infection
ADA compliance risk
EEOC Compliance risk
Mandated leave, work bans, and discipline
Strategies for communicating with management and employees
Reviewing practices with employees
Preventing Ebola disease in the workplace
Company emergency preparedness action plans
When to take action
Who will Benefit:
VP’s and Directors
Department Managers and Leads
Supervisors and Administrators
Anyone who is responsible for administering Emergency Action Plans