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REPLAY_RESTARTING MFG - LIVE PANEL_May1,2020
J Austin
01:03:00
Providing very specific training for employees on proper use and handling of masks, gloves, etc. When you return to your desk and remove your mask, where do you put it? Can you put it in a bag and reuse it?
Lisa Henderson
01:06:20
Can everyone please mute
jbombardier
01:11:47
A best practice is to have a paper bag to store your mask.
Alexander Beck
01:13:12
Is there any discussion of funding resources to offset increased training costs associated with new procedures, including but not limited to VOSHA?
Jevons Paradox
01:14:15
Are you requiring employees who travel out of state to self quarantine for 14 days before returning to work. Thank you- Ashley Adams at P.G. Adams
swiegers
01:14:24
Best practices for handling inbound shipments, in particular small parcel shipments from FedEx/UPS. Should businesses disinfect or let material sit for a period of time before handling/processing?
Bonita
01:14:45
what type of masks are we actually talking about?
Ryan Whitney
01:14:46
What obligations (as an employer) do we have, if we know an employee has gone out of state in violation of the "stay home stay safe" order.
ciemne52
01:14:48
What are some of the best practices around sanitizing common areas with the limited availability of commercially available wipes?
Alexander Beck
01:14:54
Thank you, Lisa
csullivan
01:15:23
Best practices for taking individuals temperatures daily?
Brenan Riehl
01:19:46
What is the current thinking on mandatory temperature checking when Covid cases can be asymptomatic?
Anna Grady
01:19:47
Ken - What kind of phased in Return to work plan have you decided to implement at OnLogic?
Scott McClure
01:20:59
Again related to temperature taking. The standard I have seen published most widely is 100.4 degrees. Is this the threshold most are using to screen employee temperatures?
ciemne52
01:22:01
How are the temperatures taken while maintaining 6 ft distance and not violating HIPPA laws?
srossi
01:22:26
what screener questions is rob green using?
John Schultz
01:23:16
how do we tell an employee with significant symptoms from an employee with spring allergies?
Renee Naud
01:24:44
How are others managing workers in close proximity when social distancing is not possible? PPE?
ciemne52
01:25:00
What screening questions are asked ?
traceyctanny
01:25:10
Is there a recommended phase for employees who are currently working form home to come back to work? Is it until May 15th or indefinately?
William Driscoll (AIV)
01:25:10
We received a question from a company about employees that have either a psychological or a physical problem with wearing a mask. What accommodation obligations/strategies might be required on the part of the employer, what disability or other benefits might be available for the employee, other recommendations on handling such situations.
Ryan Whitney
01:26:56
If an employee leaves the state for personal reasons (non-essential), and then self-quarantines for 14 days is the company obligated to provide pay under the families first act?
ciemne52
01:30:27
How are people managing overtime and cross shift exposure?
Bryan
01:38:10
How do you define "additional" PPE?
John Schultz
01:41:15
what if we have a cluster of employees who are in denial about the danger and the need for caution?
Lauren
01:42:03
Company Plan Documentation was mentioned during the Phil Scott’s press conference today, what should we be documenting to protect the company legally?
Kelt & Kristina Naylor
01:42:58
Second on John Schult's question.
Jevons Paradox
01:45:12
N95s aren't available and I really question the effectiveness of simple face coverings. What are folks using for PPEs?
Kelt & Kristina Naylor
01:47:52
The dangerous behavior is happening outside the workplace, and is learned about through a small community.
Jeff Maling (Laptop)
01:48:54
As many folks on the call know, Vermont is a leader in the on-the-job training method called TWI Job Instruction. I'm wondering if there is interest in using this methodology to enable the nation's safest reopening here in VT?
csullivan
01:50:15
Great information, thank you everyone!
Rich Plageman
01:51:19
Practical advice - thank you very much.
swiegers
01:55:20
Thank you to VMEC and the panel