Date: December 18, 2023 – live, online (Zoom)
Time: 10:00 am – 11:30 am
Presenters: Natasha J. Baker/Olivia B. Perry
Best for: Human resources, senior leadership, risk management professionals
- Learn critical elements to include in your emergency response and inclement weather plans.
- Understand how business closures and employees unable to get to work due to adverse weather affects wage and hour issues.
- Recognize your obligations to provide a safe working environment and required safety standards to which employers must adhere.
What’s Included: Attendees will participate in the live interactive training, receive a copy of the training materials, and a certificate of attendance.
Wildfires, record snowfall, widespread flooding and other extreme weather events seem to be a yearly occurrence and impact employers coast to coast. With these events come employment challenges like the inability to safely come to work, protecting employees from unsafe conditions, and preparing emergency plans that are both specific and flexible. This training session will examine these complex issues that are becoming more common each year and provide attendees with guidance on requirements for safe working conditions and how to address the employment issues that arise when bad weather strikes.
Sign up now, spaces are limited.
Length: 1.5 hour(s)
Cost: $350.00 per attendee. (*This specialty training is included with the Novus All Access Training Pass*)
Groups of 5 or more from a single organization receive a 20% discount off each registration.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register your group or if you have any questions.
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