1. COVID-19 And New York/PESH: What New York HR Needs to Know

COVID-19 And New York/PESH: What New York HR Needs to Know

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California HR expert Debra Braden will provide you with tools and insight for keeping your employees in the state safe.
Event ID: 2710137
Recording: Unable to attend? A recording will be available after the presentation.
Date: Monday, October 12, 2020; 3 PM Eastern
Duration: Scheduled for 60 minutes including question and answer period.
Presenter: Linnell Baugham
Credits: 1.0 HRCI, 1.0 SHRM

COVID-19 And New York/PESH: What New York HR Needs to Know

In New York State, employers are required to protect their workers from COVID-19. When employees feel safe, they perform optimally.

If you have employees in New York, you must learn how to navigate specific guidance from several state and city agencies, including:

  • NYS COVID-19 Hazard Analysis (construction sector)
  • NYS Forward Safety Plan template
  • NYS Reopening Requirements (Phase 3 and beyond)
  • NY PESH (New York Public Employee Safety and Health Bureau)
  • NYC Citywide Office of Occupational Safety and Health (COSH)

From essential business guidance to visible documents to post in businesses, rigorous compliance is critical to minimize the effect of COVID-19 on your workforce and limit liability for your organization.

Interested in the entire Safety Manager Certification Training Series? The COVID-19 Safety Manager Certification coursework will explain how to transform your workplace into a bastion of safety amid the COVID-19 pandemic. You will discover which policies and procedures you can implement now to protect your team and avoid liability.

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