Recorded Wed, March 24, 2021 12:01 pm (EDT)
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    Organizations across Canada continue to be threatened and impacted by the risk of COVID-19 outbreaks in their workplaces and on job sites. Further, the introduction of variants of the virus and the slow roll-out of vaccines has increased the difficulty of achieving a safe operational environment and could heighten the risk to employees’ health and wellbeing. What are the steps employers need to take to ensure they are prepared in the event of an outbreak? How should they respond when an incident occurs? What are their legal obligations to their workforces, clients, public health authorities and other important stakeholders? This webinar covers:

    • the steps and process to follow when an employee tests positive
    • COVID-19 health and safety practices, duties and accommodations
    • the nuances of privacy obligations versus ensuring a safe worksite
    • whether an employer can require employees to be tested and take related safety measures
    • notifying and working with public health and OHS authorities
    • how organizations should respond if employees refuse to return to work
    • updating employee protocols and policies

    This program may qualify for one hour of CPD credits.

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