Slowly but surely, it’s happening. Restrictions are being lifted. Roads are filling up again. More people are venturing outside their homes.
The first phase of the coronavirus pandemic is reaching an end.
In the coming weeks, millions of organizations across North America will be determining how and when to reopen their businesses. It will not be a return to normal. The world hasn’t defeated the pandemic yet—we’re not even close. As we enter the next phase of this crisis, we need to continue to act with caution and care. Our decisions in the next few weeks and months will reverberate for years.
It is of the utmost importance that businesses transition back to work thoughtfully to prevent the spread of COVID-19. We all have a responsibility to protect the health of our employees and communities. And right now, that responsibility is greater than ever.
To help you safeguard the lives of your workers, customers, and the people around you, KPA is offering a series of free webinars on getting back to work safely. With experts from within and outside of our company, we’re covering the important topics you need to know to resume operations, eliminate risk, and achieve success in this new world.
Examples of presentations available in the Return To Work Safely webinar series include…
- Reopening Your Business in a Post-Pandemic Era
- Employment Law Considerations in a Post-Pandemic Era
- Coronavirus Prevention Best Practices for Your Dealership
To watch all available presentations, or register for upcoming webinars, click here.
At KPA, our mission is to help you maintain a safe and healthy workplace. Throughout the pandemic, we’ve offered our EHS and HR expertise at no cost. As businesses begin to plan for a return to work, we’re pleased to continue to produce free content so you can resume operations safely.
Look out for upcoming webinars and resources on COVID-19 prevention practices, HR guidance, employment law updates, and much more. Be sure to continually check KPA’s Coronavirus Resource Center, as well as our Twitter, LinkedIn, and YouTube channels for updates.
Please take care of yourself, your family, and your friends. COVID-19 may still be with us, but all of us remain in this together.