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Returning To Work During The Coronavirus Pandemic For Managers and Supervisors

6 Lessons
26-45 Minutes
19 Quiz Questions

Course Overview


As more businesses and organizations return to work during the pandemic, it’s important for them to have a plan in place to keep employees safe and reduce the spread of the coronavirus. This training course teaches managers and supervisors how to implement a comprehensive plan to minimize the health risks their employees are exposed to when they return to work. All plans should address the basics such as social distancing, handwashing, sanitizing, and respiratory etiquette. Each company is unique and will need to establish the best practices for their work environment. Viewers are also shown the importance of conducting a job risk analysis, which examines the risk level each job has of exposure to the virus. After the risk levels have been determined, appropriate safety measures can be implemented to minimize risk of exposure. Complete this course to learn how to prepare a safe work environment for employees.

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    Key Audience


    This course is for anyone who manages and supervises employees

    Course Topics


    Introduction
    Creating A Plan
    Conducting A Job Risk Analysis
    Readying The Facility
    Preparing Your People
    Conclusion

    Course Detail


    Course ID
    marcrtwdm_vod

    Time

    26-45 Min
    Questions
    19

    Languages

    en-es

    video format

    HD

    captions

    No

    Resources

    Yes

    Lessons

    6

    Remediation

    Yes

    Bookmarking

    Yes

    Feedback

    Yes

    Microlearning

    no