NJSBDC Cares Webinar:
Return to Work (Part II) – Mental Health & Resiliency
Wednesday, October 28, 2020 @ 12 – 1:30 pm
The NJSBDC kicked off its NJSBDC Cares Webinar Series with “Return to Work” presented by Mitchel Rosen, Ph.D. of Rutgers School of Public Health, Center for Public Workforce Development (CPHWD).
“Return to Work: Mental Health & Resiliency” is part two of a two-part series, which will provide information about continuing to incorporate safety and health concerns for workers and customers in their core business operations.
This webinar will cover the following topics:
- Managing our reactions to COVID19
- Helping each other
- Support for families
- Mental health and resiliency resources
Mitchel Rosen, Ph.D., Rutgers School of Public Health, Center for Public Health Workforce Development (CPHWD). The CPHWD has over forty years of experience administering occupational safety and health research, education, and training programs. It has significant experience in developing training programs for disaster response and emergency preparedness activities. Dr. Rosen, director of the CPHWD, has over 30 years of experience in developing occupation safety and health and disaster preparedness programs.
Return to Work (Part I) – Health & Safety Issues
Wednesday, September 30, 2020 @ 1 – 2:30 pm
The NJSBDC is kicking off its NJSBDC Cares Webinar Series with “Return to Work: Health & Safety Issues” presented by Mitchel Rosen, Ph.D. of Rutgers School of Public Health, Center for Public Workforce Development (CPHWD).
“Return to Work: Health & Safety Issues” is part one of a two-part series, which will focus on how small businesses can protect their workplaces, employees, and customers against potential health and safety threats, including the prevention of the transmission of COVID-19 and other communicable diseases. The main part of the training will address key issues that small businesses must address before opening their business. Small businesses should develop a COVID-19 Return to Work plan that addresses a range of issues. These include:
– COVID-19 Exposure Control Plan
– Measures to Maintain Social Distancing
– Engineering Controls
– Work Practices
– Enhanced Cleaning and Disinfection
– Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and Respiratory Protection
– Sick Leave, Symptom Screening, and Employee Health
– Exposures and Case Reporting
– Measures to Protect Employee Mental Health and Physical Well-Being