Protecting Your Employees by Managing Workplace Re-entry
May 2020 - Having a tool kit of standards, guidelines and best practices to mitigate the impact of COVID-19 on employees currently working at, or reentering, places of business is imperative. There are new regulations, guidelines and suggested best practices to keep employees safe and healthy. SCM's Risk Control Services covers compliance with a brand-new set of agencies, and how your business can organize operations to navigate new waters with as little disruption as possible.
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’ compensation, property, general liability or EPLI. He also assists in interacting with regulatory agencies, including state and federal OSHA programs. Randy is experienced across a wide range of industries and is certified by the National Fire Protection Association in Disaster/Emergency Management and Business Continuity. He is a professional member of the American Society of Safety Engineers with practice specialties in engineering, management (hospitality and manufacturing), and risk management/insurance.
Veronica Kimble, MS, CPSI, CAWC, is Risk Control Services Manager at SCM. Veronica works as a resource to clients of various sizes ranging from privately-held local firms to publicly traded organizations. Her breadth of 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. Veronica interacts with all levels of an organization’s hierarchy for high-level strategic planning to “boots on the ground” delivery of service.
Ricardo Pedraza is Technical Specialist, Data Analyst, SCM Risk Control Services. He has been with SCM for three years.
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.