Are you up to date on the best practices for workplace safety during COVID-19 ?

Workplace safety is at the top of everyone's mind right now. Manufacturing facilities have opened up (if they shut down at all) and companies need to make sure they are in full compliance with CDC and OSHA regulations, and also meet the guidance coming from within their county. In order for manufacturers to develop an effective safety plan for their facilities, they must consider the whole workforce as well as all visitors.

During this webinar, CMTC’s Eliot Dratch, Brenda Lopez and Alonso Machuca from Los Angeles County Health (emergency response) presented important best practices for workplace safety to protect employees during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Key topics covered:

  1. Exposure Points
  2. Factory Risk Mitigation Controls
  3. Factory Sanitizing and Disinfecting
  4. Company Communications

Access this webinar now to benefit from in-depth guidance for California Manufacturers.

This webinar was originally presented on August 26 at 10:00 am. 

Meet the Speakers



Eliot Dratch

Sr. Consultant


Brenda J Lopez

Asst. Director of Environmental Health
LA County Dept. of Public Health

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Alonso Machuca BSN, RN, PHN

Community Liaison
Public Health Nurse
LA County Dept. of Public Health

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