COVID-19- Safety & Health Best Practices. What you will need to Know!

In this presentation Mr. Sarnie will discuss best practices in Safety & Health for employers to implement for employees, customers, and the general public to reduce the risk of COVID 19 and other pathogens. He will: · Present a rationale as to what best practices should be in your safety management systems needed to manage COVID 19 Risks · A review of the typical steps or phases an organization takes in developing and improving COVID 19 safety management processes · Provide an overview of industry best practices for managing COVID 19 risks which includes what CDC, OSHA, State and Municipalities are recommending or mandating · Describe numerous safety management system deficiencies associated with the possibility of exposing employee, customers or the general public to the risk

Richard Sarnie

Chief Operating Officer for United Alliance Services Corporation

Rich Sarnie is the Chief Operating Officer for United Alliance Services Corporation and its subsidiary OccuMed of New England. United Alliance is one of the largest occupational safety & health consulting and service provider in New England. Rich has over 30 years of risk management & safety experience in the manufacturing, construction, transportation, mining and retail service industries. Sarnie’s unique and innovative approaches to safety, risk management and loss prevention have earned him profiles in National Underwriter magazine, which called him the “Ideal Risk Manager,” and Risk and Insurance magazine, which gave him the title, “The Zero Zealot.” Rich has been a presenter and keynote speaker on numerous occasions at local and national risk management & safety conferences and seminars. Rich also is a guest lecturer on Safety and Risk to engineering undergraduates at universities. Rich has a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Lowell (MA) and an MBA from Western New England College. Rich is a Board Certified Safety Professional (CSP), a Licensed Professional Engineer (P.E) in Safety Engineering, an Associate in Risk Management with an Enterprise Risk Management Designation (ARM-E), a Construction Risk & Insurance Specialist (CRIS), a Management Liability Insurance Specialist (MLIS), a Certified Chemical Process Safety Professional (CCPSC) and an Authorized OSHA Outreach Trainer in Construction. Rich is licensed in Massachusetts as a Producer/Advisor of Property & Casualty Insurance. He is a professional member of the American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP) and was elected a Fellow with the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE).

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COVID-19- Safety & Health Best Practices. What you will need to Know!
06/30/2020 at 10:00 AM (EDT)   |  60 minutes
06/30/2020 at 10:00 AM (EDT)   |  60 minutes In this presentation Mr. Sarnie will discuss best practices in Safety & Health for employers to implement for employees, customers, and the general public to reduce the risk of COVID 19 and other pathogens. He will: • Present a rationale as to what best practices should be in your safety management systems needed to manage COVID 19 Risks • A review of the typical steps or phases an organization takes in developing and improving COVID 19 safety management processes • Provide an overview of industry best practices for managing COVID 19 risks which includes what CDC, OSHA, State and Municipalities are recommending or mandating • Describe numerous safety management system deficiencies associated with the possibility of exposing employee, customers or the general public to the risk
COVID-19- Safety & Health Best Practices. What you will need to Know! - 6/30/2020 Survey
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1.00 SHRM & HRCI credit  |  Certificate available
1.00 SHRM & HRCI credit  |  Certificate available