As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, many of us are wondering how we can better prepare for the next health crisis. In order to achieve long-term sustainable preparedness, we must break the age-old cycle of “panic-then-forget.” Changing our habits now can have a dramatic effect on our collective health outcomes in the future.
During this webinar, CMTC Senior Consultant Eliot Dratch discusses infectious diseases such as H1N1, COVID-19, Norovirus, and influenza and explain the measures that employers should take now to protect their manufacturing workforce in the future. Additionally, CMTC Human Resources, Administration and Recruitment Senior Manager Jeri Summer discusses the role of HR in infectious disease prevention in the workplace.
This webinar was originally presented on January 20, 2021 at 10:00 AM PT.
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