So much information has been disseminated about hygiene practices, social distancing, and other steps needed to protect ourselves from, our families and our community from COVID-19. However, many organizations are raising new questions about the potential impacts of COVID-19 on Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) management as their businesses continue to operate.

Join DVIRC and Compliance Management International (CMI) for a webinar to help your organization anticipate and plan for the changing EHS regulatory needs during the COVID-19 crisis. The webinar will address the following:

  • Key OSHA regulations and program areas applying to COVID-19
  • Considerations when providing N95 masks and other protective equipment to employees
  • Providing effective employee training when shelter-in-place requirements are in place
  • Considerations when using new cleaning and decontamination chemicals, and how these chemicals affect Hazard Communication, hazardous waste and environmental reporting
  • How routine EHS duties can be maintained when employees are working from home
  • How COVID-19 cases impact injury and illness recordkeeping and the OSHA 300 log

About the Presenter

Compliance Management International (CMI) is a global provider of environmental, health, and safety (EHS) services based in Montgomery County. For over 25 years, CMI has provided creative and cost effective solutions to thousands of organizations which enables them to focus on productivity and growth, rather than EHS risks and regulatory compliance. A highly skilled team of Certified Industrial Hygienists (CIH), Professional Geologists (PG), Professional Engineers (PE), Certified Safety Professionals (CSP), environmental specialists, and trained technical professionals are committed to providing quality professional services that create value for all of CMI’s customers.