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Every organization must consider the appropriate quantity and worker selection to bring back into the work environment as well as the pace to do so

October 14, 2020

Returning To Work In Research Environments

In this webinar, CEO Larry Barton and Senior Vice President | Director of Interior Design, Erica Ostendorf Mullins examine the Post COVID-19 approach to employees returning to work — specifically within research park and science environments. This process involves removing the hazard and assessing engineered controls, administrative controls, safe work practices, and PPE.

Your employees are the heart of your company and as they return to the workplace, strategies like the one’s covered in this video that will help employers form tangible plans to prioritize their health and safety.

Download the presentation here. 

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