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Workshop: Workers’ Compensation and Employee Manual Updates during the COVID-19 Pandemic - Shared screen with speaker view
David Chenevert
32:31
Just a reminder: if you have any questions, please type them into the chat box. Thank you!
Susan Breen - EANE
39:57
Thank you Matt and your team!!!
Pam Thornton - EANE
40:00
Thank you Matt and DLT!!!!
NewmanM
49:00
Question for Matt. Current situation re: quarantine requirements can run to 24 days. If an employee uses the first 10 days under Emerg Paid Sick Leave … can that employee then file for unemployment for the remainder of the 14 days?
NewmanM
51:24
Thanks - this question was just answered
David Chenevert
54:08
Are there any questions for the speakers at this time?
mcoughlinm
56:05
Put a positve on OSHA log even if we KNOW it was not work related?
mcoughlinm
56:46
For Matt: So if an EEs benefits expire under FFCRA, and they have another unfortunate episode with COVID that keeps them out of work,, they can they apply for PUI?
burkep10
57:48
One more q for Matt... If an employee has a Dr.s note allowing them to stay on TDI longer than the initial 2 weeks for a covid related issue, how long will TDI compensate the employee. is there a limit for covid related issues?
saarnold
59:51
For Craig: I was under the impression that employers can't post-WC injury drug test in RI. Has that changed?
David Chenevert
01:05:53
Last Chance! Are there any more questions at this time?
user
01:06:42
what happens if an employee knowingly leave to a country or state considered a red zone? can a company deter them from this risk.
Heather
01:09:31
I've used the RI OSHA Consult Progrma - they are terrific!
mcoughlinm
01:09:58
Im sensing some abuse of FFCRA among employees - "get a COVID test and get a few days paid out of work" - any opinion on that?
burkep10
01:10:31
Any comments on what an employer can do to incentivize an employee to make good choices outside of work. Like masks, distances, forgo social circles etc.
user
01:12:38
vacation
user
01:19:29
thank you everyone
Roger Laflamme
01:19:49
Thanks for the updates
mcoughlinm
01:22:56
Can't see impairment. No legal definition of impairment
mcoughlinm
01:23:25
Can't always see impairment. Correction.
Heather
01:29:38
thank you good info-
searle
01:29:46
Thank you everyone for the great information!
Susan Breen - EANE
01:29:51
Thank you all!!! Great session! Thank you Dave and RIM