In the midst of the current pandemic, the data that we rely on in order to make informed decisions changes from week to week, sometimes even day to day. Understanding which data and information is credible and reliable is just as important. 

This webinar will discuss the types of face coverings and masks recommended for both in and out of the workplace, what precautions employees should take to prevent being exposed to COVID-19, contact tracing techniques for in and out of the workplace, and much more.

After the completion of this webinar, registrants will have a better understanding of the COVID-19 exposure risks within their workplace(s), how to respond to a potential exposure, and how to conduct risk assessments pertaining to COVID-19 in the workplace.


Safely Returning to Work After COVID-19: Managing Occupational Health Risks Within The Workplace

Drew Hinton, CSP, CHMM, NREMT is a seasoned EHS professional, as well as an EMT for the Kentucky Department for Public Health's Medical Reserve Corps. He is a proven leader with 15 years in the occupational health and safety industry, as well as over 10 years as a career Firefighter/EMT/HazMat Specialist in Louisville (KY). He holds a M.S. in Occupational Health and Safety from Columbia Southern University and is currently a PhD student at Capitol Technology University. His areas of expertise include hazardous materials, occupational health and toxicology, emergency medical response, and confined space rescue. He currently serves on the NORA Construction Sector Council, COVID-19 in Construction Workgroup, and Hearing Loss Prevention Cross-Sector Council for the CDC/NIOSH, as well as the IHMM/HazMat Society's Training and Education Committee.  

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