Returning to Work During COVID-19: Safe Work Practices Online Course
The COVID-19 pandemic is challenging employees and businesses in new ways. As employees begin returning to work, they may have questions about the measures needed to maintain safe and healthy workplaces.
To help during this time, the Red Cross is offering a “Returning to Work During COVID-19: Safe Work Practices” online course. Based on guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), the course provides safety actions that employees can take during reopening periods and includes insight into new or modified business policies and procedures, implemented to maintain safe work environments. This course is designed to help employers and their employees prevent a resurgence in cases of COVID-19, as well as keep individuals, families and communities safe as businesses reopen and workers return to their workplaces.
Topic areas included are:
- Facts about COVID-19 and how to limit the spread of the virus
- The phased approach to returning to work
- Ways to keep your coworkers and yourself safe at work
- Ways to support your coworkers and yourself at work
- How to keep your family safe at home
The course should take approximately 60 minutes to complete and upon completion, students will receive a certificate that is valid for two years.
To access and enroll in the online course, click here.