E7: OHS Strategies to Address COVID-19 Impacts in Minority Communities

Subena Colligan, CIH, CSP Moderator
Kimberly-Clark
Hapeville, GA 
United States of America
 
Subena Colligan, CIH, CSP Presenter
Kimberly-Clark
Hapeville, GA 
United States of America
 
Jennifer Hsu, MPH, CSP Co-Presenter
BSI Group
Austin, TX 
United States of America
 
Tue, 5/25: 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
Education Session 
Virtual 
Room: Virtual 7 

Description

There is no denial that COVID-19 has presented a challenge to protecting the health and safety of employees around the world. Racial disparities of ethnic minority groups in the U.S. continue in the midst of the pandemic. The Occupational, Health, and Safety Professional holds a unique position that can serve as an objective advocate for total worker protections. This session will address data highlighting the impact of COVID-19 in the workplace, how these disparities overflow to the workplace, strategies to consider, and a call to action for equitable workplace protections.

Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the session, the participant will be able to:

• Address data highlighting the impact of COVID-19 in the workplace.
• Identify how disparities overflow to the workplace.
• Evaluate strategies for the call to action for equitable workplace protections. 

Content Level

Intermediate

Interactive Session Experience

Polling
Q&A

Topics

Available as part of AIHce OnDemand
Big Data: Data Management & Interpretation
Management/Leadership
Total Exposure Health/Total Worker Health ®
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