The Middlesex County Regional Chamber of Commerce Presents “Safety Standards for the Workplace: Understanding Executive Order 192” as part of the Chamber’s Workforce and Business Resources Series: Connecting You With What You Need to Know. The Program is Courtesy of The Human Resources and Government Affairs Committees.
As of November 5, 2020, Executive Order 192 was released providing a guide for measures that must be followed by both employees and employers. Specifically, those who require or permit workforces to be physically present at a worksite. Workforces must abide by the following requirements, at a minimum, to protect employees, customers, and others who come into contact with its operations. This is to ensure that businesses can obtain a healthy working environment in the midst of this pandemic, allowing for economic success and personnel safety.
In addition, under federal OSHA law, employers must protect workers from workplace hazards that can cause illness or injury, provide required personal protective equipment (PPE), and ensure its use.
Our 1-Hour Program Will Cover:
- An Overview of Executive Order 192
- How it impacts your business?
- Compliance Guidelines
- Best Practices
- Interactive Q& A Session
Presenter: Justin Baker, Chief, NJ Dept. of Labor and Workforce Development
Free for Members (Limited to 50)
Non-Members – $25 – Please E-Mail email@example.com.