1. Upgrade to Entire Series: COVID-19 Education Safety Manager Certification

Upgrade to Entire Series: COVID-19 Education Safety Manager Certification

$149.00
Education, safety, and legal experts Michele Mathews, Richard Verstegen, Stuart Silverman, and Suzanne Lucas will explain how to transform schools into bastions of safety amid the COVID-19 pandemic. You will discover which policies and procedures you can implement to protect your students and staff and avoid liability.
Event ID: 2543677854
Recording: Unable to attend? A recording will be available after the presentation.
Date: Monday, September 21, 2020 - Friday, September 25, 2020; 2:30 PM Eastern
Duration: 4 Webinar Sessions scheduled for 45-90 minutes each
Presenter: Michele A. Mathews, Richard F. Verstegen, Stuart Silverman & Suzanne Lucas

COVID-19 Education Safety Manager Certification

Schools must keep staff, students, and families safe from COVID-19. Accomplishing this goal requires a focused education safety manager familiar with relevant laws, proven practices, testing procedures, and personal protective equipment.

Our COVID-19 Education Safety Manager Certification program will enable you to:

  • Learn OSHA requirements
  • Establish school safety protocols
  • Protect schools and districts from potential legal liability
  • Prove your knowledge to colleagues, students, and families with your COVID-19 Education Safety Manager Certificate

We have packed a large volume of interesting and useful content into five engaging webinars, including detailed procedures that you can apply immediately to help prevent a coronavirus outbreak in your organization.

Webinar 1

COVID-19 and CDC Guidelines: How To Design A Classroom For Social Distancing

Online training video that you may view at your convenience

  • Latest guidelines from the CDC and OSHA
  • Most effective classroom layouts
  • Alternatives to traditional desks
  • Strategies to ensure safe distancing
  • Incorporating in-person, hybrid, and distance learning models

Webinar 2

Tuesday, October 6

2:30 PM Eastern; 1:30 PM Central; 12:30 PM Mountain; 11:30 AM Pacific

COVID-19, Sickness, and Students in the K-12 Schools: Step by Step Guidance

  • Student monitoring
  • Student medial privacy laws
  • Techniques for training employees to address student illnesses
  • Parent communications
  • Best practices for involving public health departments

Webinar 3

Thursday, October 8

3 PM Eastern; 2 PM Central; 1 PM Mountain; 12 PM Pacific

COVID-19: Masks And Personal Protective Equipment: Schools’ Responsibility And Liability

  • Organizations required to use PPE by the CDC and OSHA
  • Situations in which students, teachers, and other staff must wear facemasks
  • Strategies to ensure students use face coverings
  • Potential for lawsuits for not keeping employees and students safe
  • Protocol for handling people who refuse to wear masks
  • Techniques to convey a feeling of safety to students, families, and employees

Webinar 4

Friday, October 9

2:30 PM Eastern; 1:30 PM Central; 12:30 PM Mountain; 11:30 AM Pacific

COVID-19, Testing, and Temperatures for Schools: How to Make Things Safer as Staff and Students Return

  • Legal implications of requiring medical tests for employees and students
  • EEOC definition of a “direct threat”
  • Types of testing available
  • Ethical issues
  • Testing and temperature protocols to implement
  • Role of testing in FFCRA and EMFLA


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