US (CA): Free industry-specific webinars on COVID-19 for employers and supervisors

Cal/OSHA Consultation Services is holding a series of webinars to help employers understand exactly what their responsibilities are with respect to worker health and safety during this current pandemic.

While Cal/OSHA does not have specific regulations regarding COVID-19, it has existing regulations that employers must comply with to ensure worker health and safety during this pandemic.

These industry-specific webinars will review Cal/OSHA regulatory requirements and industry best practices to reduce worker exposure to the coronavirus in the workplace. 

A list of times and dates is below:

Agriculture             August 27, 2020          8:00 a.m. to Noon      English

Agriculture             September 2, 2020     1:00 to 5:00 p.m.        English

Agriculture             September 3, 2020     8:00 a.m. to Noon       Spanish

To register, please send an email to SFVConsultation@dir.ca.gov. Please provide your name, company name, email address and session you wish to attend. A confirmation email will be sent to the email provided with a link to the webinar. 

The webinar platform will be Zoom. Please sign up for a free zoom account at www.zoom.us before the webinar so you do not have any issues when logging on the day of the webinar.

Cal/OSHA Consultation webinars are currently limited to 100 participants. A waiting list will be created for each date, if needed. If you are registered and are unable to attend, please let the organizers  know to allow someone on a waiting list to take your spot. Additional webinars will be held if there is demand.  

For more information:
Ag Association Management Services, Inc.
916.441.1064
1521 I Street
Sacramento, CA 95814


CalFlowers
info@cafgs.org  
www.cafgs.org


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