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Return to Work Webinar with MN DLI and MSC - Shared screen with speaker view - Recording 2/2
lkushner@lmc.org
39:43
Can you explain exactly what information you get from the screening tool? We've registered but so far can't see any employee data, even though we've had some test employees enter some.
TKuehn
42:00
What is the clarification of prolonged period of time?? Isn't a cough sneeze, etc. noted during co-worker, customer exposure just as important as time element??
joan
42:02
It's great to have a plan, however, what about not being able to purchase the supplies that we need? ie) hand sanitizer stands, certain disinfectants etc. Places are saying they are backordered until August. It limits when we can be open to the public.
TWiebe
44:04
What about when you are out in the public? How do you control circumstances like people coming up to you?
Tim Sanken
45:22
Is it acceptable to link to CDC guidance vs describing protocols in detail since the guidance changes regularly?
dDockter
48:40
How do we effectively address EEs we know that have not been properly abiding by the Stay At Home Order and are now coming back into the workplace?
TKuehn
54:49
What is the clarification of prolonged period of time?? Isn't a cough, sneeze, etc. noted during co-worker, customer exposure just as important as time element??
Rick Brynildson
55:46
What is mandated for employers in providing leave time when they are sick or feeling sick but not tested?
BrookeH
56:21
I appreciate the templates, thank you. Do we need to log our plan proactively with MN Dept of Labor?
Dawn.Errede
57:20
if someone has a documented work exposure to someone who's tested positive for COVID-19, and they quarantine away from work for 2 weeks, is that OSHA-recordable on the injury log?
Dave’s iPad Air 2
01:00:56
Thank you Paul and Ron, good discussion!
BrookeH
01:01:11
outstanding - thank you so much
TWiebe
01:01:16
Thank you!
Pat Winkleblack
01:01:46
thank you