Your Employee Might Have COVID-19: What You Must Do to Protect Your Business

JULY 2020 - SCM provides guidance on effectively managing the ‘new normal’ of COVID-19 in the workplace. Topics covered include

-Reporting, recording and responding: OSHA and state and county departments of health – What you must do, what you should do, and what to never do

-COVID-19 workers’ comp process and reporting requirements: What you need to know about timeframes and carrier expectations

-Investigating COVID-19 WC claims: Building a strong defense using thorough investigation practices

-COVID-19 and experience modifications: The WCIRB’s final decision

About the Speakers:

Randy Eliopulos, ARM, is Director of SCM’s Risk Control Services Group. He assists clients with the identification, control and management of potential risk sources that could adversely impact workers’ comp, property, general liability or EPLI. He also assists in interacting with state and federal OSHA programs. Randy is certified by the National Fire Protection Association in Disaster/Emergency Management and Business Continuity, and is a member of the American Society of Safety Engineers with practice specialties in engineering, management (hospitality and manufacturing), and risk management/insurance. Contact:

Veronica Kimble, MS, CPSI, CAWC, is Risk Control Services Manager at SCM. Veronica is a resource to clients ranging from privately-held local firms to publicly traded organizations. Her experience spans more than 20 years and has given her unique insight as a field consultant with general knowledge across a wide range of industry types. Contact:

Gina DiCiacca, WCCA, AIC, is SCM’s Director of Risk Management. She applies more than 25 years of experience to facilitate communication between the various parties involved in workers’ comp claims. She proactively analyzes and reviews reserves, medical protocols and reporting procedures and, based on the complexity of a case, she applies the program that most effectively mitigates the overall cost to the client. Throughout her career, Gina has held the positions of claims adjuster, claims supervisor, claims manager and litigation specialist with insurance carriers. Contact:

Larry Webb is Executive Vice President, Commercial Risk Management at SCM. Larry applies more than 30 years of experience in the insurance industry to creatively resolve the risk management issues faced by middle market companies. He has deep experience advising healthcare providers, food processors and distributors, manufacturers, property owners/managers and large non-profit organizations. Contact:

This webinar is sponsored by SullivanCurtisMonroe Insurance Services, and presented as a complimentary service to our clients and friends. It is for educational purposes only.

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over 1 year agoOctober 20, 2020
can a rapid test be done as opposed to 14 day quarantine?
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