Navigating the Pandemic Training SBDAP

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Navigating the Pandemic Training SBDAP

September 3 @ 8:00 am - 11:00 am EDT

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Navigating the Pandemic Training SBDAP

August, 25 & 27 September 1 & 3, 2020

8:00 am -11:00 am

I Didn’t Know I Needed to Do All!

If you could have a safety consultant walk you through the development of your pandemic control plan and answer your specific question, would you? If you said yes, you need to listen to this webinar that explains two funding source options for your company to get a significant discount or in one case for free. We will help you navigate through all of the changes you will need to make in your business in order to keep your employees and business safe and healthy.

Training Objective:

Training will be focused on the process(es) that make up all critical business operations that need to be changed and modified during a pandemic. Participants will map out those sequences and identify areas of risk and vulnerability to the organization’s ability to remain open and viable during a pandemic. Developing new strategies, find resources, and creating a new process to manage and abate the impact from a pandemic will be clearly defined and developed within this focus group. In addition, this group of participants will draft all processes for each segment of critical business operations for evaluation, testing, and revision before implementation.

 

Increase the confidence of the workforce, vendors, and customers. This focused initiative assures all parties that you have a strong business continuity plan and a focused response to the health and safety of everyone.

Manage cost control. This program identifies and creates processes for managing costs and losses. You will have a strong supply chain process, qualified vendor relationships, a resource map for versatility, and a quick response. This decreases employee absenteeism, maintains a healthy inventory, and finds other funding sources.

Use evidence-based decision making. By ensuring that you are using accurate data to make your decisions on what to improve, you can greatly increase the chances that your improvements will be successful the first time, rather than having several unsuccessful attempts. By using this data to track your progress, you can correct these improvement initiatives before they go “off the rails,” which can save costs and time.

Engage your people. By engaging your employees, you work toward 100% participation in managing safety and health in the workplace.

  • enhanced leadership involvement and worker participation
  • risk-based thinking
  • alignment the pandemic policy with the safety and health culture of the organization
  • be able to accommodate diverse geographical, cultural and social conditions

 

Skill Attainment:

  • Participants will learn to master the hierarchy of controls method for making decisions during a pandemic. This process guides participants in decisions, options, and outcomes in order to drive and maintain improvements within the processes.
  • They will learn what risk-based thinking looks like and how to apply it
  • They will create a set of language, terms, and definitions for effective communication
  • They will be able to assess, inspect and evaluate a process using the hierarchy of controls method
  • They will create and manage new roles and responsibilities during a pandemic
  • They will use the hierarchy of controls method to draft processes for critical business operations.
  • Peer edit and review each group work

 

 

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Details

Date:
September 3
Time:
8:00 am - 11:00 am
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Venue

MAUnited States