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When and Where
  • 3/26/2020 1:00 PM
  • 3/26/2020
  • WEBINAR
Introduction
                OSHA vs Congress – Why congress thinks we need an emergency temporary standard and why OSHA disagrees
                OSHA will focus on existing standards for PPE, respiratory protection, hazard communication, and emergency action plans
                General duty clause also in play
 
Four elements of a Coronavirus protection plan
  1. Response plan
  2. Exposure risk assessment
  3. Sanitization plan
  4. Training
 
Response plan requirements and examples
  1. Coronavirus response team
  2. Sanitization practices
  3. Visitor control
  4. Response when an employee tests positive
  5. Response when an employee has symptoms but no test
  6. Response when an employee gets sick at work or calls in sick
 
Exposure risk assessment requirements and examples
  1. Very high risk exposure – identification and PPE
  2. High risk exposure – identification and PPE
  3. Medium risk exposure – identification and PPE
  4. Low risk exposure – identification and PPE
 
Sanitization plan requirements and examples
  1. Areas to include
  2. Commercial disinfectants and alternates
 
Training
  1. Low exposure risk employees
  2. Medium and High exposure risk employees
This AFS Members Only Webinar will begin at 1 p.m. CT.