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Reopening the Economy - Returning to the workplace safely
As our nation is making steps to re-open its economy after a long period of isolation, we must always remember that we are still amid a pandemic. The successful re-opening of the economy for intermediate and long term horizons depends on how well we all work together to control the potential spread of the SARS COV-2 virus. There are effective measures that can be implemented in workplaces to protect staff and customers alike; we will cover some of those options. While physical distancing and quarantine remain the most effective measures to curb the spread, they are not sustainable for the long-term. Until an effective treatment or vaccination is developed we must remain vigilant and mindful as businesses re-open and staff return to the workplace. Until said vaccine or treatment is made available there will always be the risk of virus transfer any time two or more people are in close proximity. The primary focus of this webinar will be on back-office support and administration roles as the driver pool appears to not have been as adversely affected by the community spread of the SARS COV-2 virus.

Jul 9, 2020 10:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

The Trucking Network is a Canadian “English and Punjabi” bilingual publication, founded in 2012. Dedicated to the hard working professional drivers and their families across North America. The Trucking Network magazine caters to different communities, incl
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Jamie Beaudoin
HSSE Field Co-ordinator @RST Sunbury Transport
About James (Jamie) Beaudoin James Beaudoin has been working in the transportation industry for 16 years. He started as a driver, as he grew his career, he has held numerous roles in the industry. He has always had a keen interest in the health, safety, and security aspects of the transportation industry. He currently works for RST Sunbury transport as an HSSE Coordinator for the provinces of Ontario and Quebec. In the past, he was a signing authority and commercial driver trainer for Humber College for classes A, D & Z. His areas of expertise include: facilitation of training, adult education & curriculum development, driver evaluation and coaching, workplace safety inspections, hazard identification, workplace incident investigations, and OHS auditing. He is currently working diligently towards obtaining his CRSP designation.