Surviving COVID-19 – NASF Webinar

Surviving Covid-19 Technologies, Best Practices and Personnel Policy Changes

February 11, 2021 / 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm ET

Many manufacturing facilities made adjustments to operating procedures based on CDC guidelines and OSHA recommendations. NASF’s Job Shop Committee has assembled a group to share changes made to their operating procedures and equipment purchased to mitigate the spread of Covid-19. Even though vaccines are being distributed, it may be quite a while before the majority of manufacturing workers will be eligible. The operating procedure changes, technology upgrades and equipment purchased today will benefit manufacturing now and in the future.

NASF’s Covid Panel Participants:

Phillip Brockman, Technmetals, Inc. in Dayton, OH
Dale Watkins, Sheffield Platers in San Diego, CA
Aaron Straus, Chem-Plate Industries, Inc. in Elk Grove Village, IL
Brian Kane, S&C Electric Company in Chicago, IL

Overview of topics that will be discussed:

  • Best Practices in Personnel Policy Changes due to Covid exposure or illness
  • Working from Home vs. Working in the Office
  • Contact Tracing technology and methods
  • Wellness Screenings
  • Employee support and retention and creating an open door for discussing concerns
  • Creating a solid cleaning schedule
  • Reimagining your office space for social distancing
  • Best practices – what has worked, what has not

If you have questions regarding this webinar or any other NASF events, please email Robin Morrison. ⚠️ WEBINAR FREE TO NASF MEMBERS ⚠️