Past health crises have shown that once an outbreak is under control, we turn our attention to other concerns. This cycle of “panic-then-forget” must be broken so that we are better prepared for the next pandemic. 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. 

Key Points:

  • Transmission modes and mitigation strategies
  • Common exposure points and barriers
  • Administrative modifications and Human Resources policies

Access this webinar now to learn how employers can protect their manufacturing workforce as the COVID-19 pandemic persists.

This webinar was originally presented on December 2 at 10:00 AM PT. 


Eliot Dratch
Senior Consultant
California Manufacturing Technology Consulting® (CMTC)

Jeri Summer photo_200x200_V2

Jeri Summer
Senior Manager, Human Resources, Administration & Recruitment
California Manufacturing Technology Consulting® (CMTC)

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