With over 30+ years of EHS experience, we’re extending our expertise for free to help businesses address coronavirus in the workplace.
KPA’s mission is to help organizations maintain a safe and
healthy workplace. We specialize in creating safer work environments for
employees and the communities in which they work and live.
Months into the pandemic, it’s all easy to become complacent, but it’s important to stay vigilant against COVID-19 fatigue—the health and safety of your employees, customers, and business depend on it. KPA is committed to helping you through the “new normal” of business operations. We will continue to share our expertise to keep your workforce healthy and ensure you remain compliant with shifting regulations. Check back often for updates.
Return To Work Safely
You have the power to prevent transmission of the coronavirus in your workplace. And you have the responsibility to keep your workforce safe, healthy, and informed about the disease. You can help keep case numbers down—not only for the sake of your team and community, but to mitigate the many associated operational, regulatory, and legal risks. KPA has developed the Return To Work Safely webinar series in order to help businesses navigate how to return to operations safely in order to protect workers and customers.
Address workplace safety in the age of COVID-19, conveniently arranged so you can watch on your time, anytime. Check out our latest on-demand presentations and previously recorded webinars you may have missed.
To help organizations keep their employees and customers safe, we’re offering 5 training courses free of charge. The courses cover the following topics: – Coronavirus Awareness – Housekeeping – Basic First Aid Awareness – Health and Wellness – Hazard Communication
To help you stay on top of the laws that affect your business, KPA and our friends at the labor and employment law firm, Fisher Phillips have created maps outlining the COVID restrictions in place across the US. In certain states—such as New York, Indiana, and North Dakota—employers must develop written COVID control plans, implement […]
Every state recommends people wear face coverings when possible. But many states require more stringent mask use to stop the spread of coronavirus. See what your state requires or recommends with this interactive map.
Here’s a question that came in from one of our recent COVID-19 webinars… Q: Should we inform customers if an employee tests positive for COVID-19? Who and how? Here’s what our expert had to say: To start, the facility management staff should seek out their legal counsel and the public health department concerning who should […]
California auto dealers, I’ve got good news and… less-good news. The good news is the state has released detailed information about reopening your business. The COVID-19 pandemic isn’t over, and there’s a long road ahead of us, but recovery starts now. The not-so-good news? That detailed information is very detailed. Compliance won’t be easy. Buckle up—there […]
The Families First Coronavirus Response Act provides paid leave to employees forced to miss work because of the COVID-19 outbreak through an emergency expansion of the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and a new federal paid sick leave law.
Who knew something could reshape our work and home lives so quickly and so dramatically? For organizations that can’t send everyone to work from home, it’s even more important to ensure that everyone’s up to speed on how to keep themselves and others from spreading the virus further throughout our population. We’ve developed a COVID-19 […]