This sessions will cover how Employers can best manage and mitigate financial exposure to COVID 19 workers compensation claim, from positive test to vaccine management. What you need to know when a claim is first made, how to document and investigate those claims and best practices if you are contemplating the physical return of your work force.
Join YMC and CharterSAFE for a discussion of how COVID-19 affects risk management for charter schools. Participants will gain an understanding of operational risks that schools face during COVID, as well as leave with tools to manage those risks. Topics include developing and implementing health and safety protocols for controlling infections and outbreaks at school, best practices to minimize legal exposure, tips for managing essential workers, addressing concerns and expectations of families, and liability waivers.
Join a discussion with Kim Alonzo, CharterSAFE Risk Manager, to discuss lessons learned from the sudden switch to non- classroom based teaching during the pandemic and the importance of successful ergonomic solutions that are essential for telecommuting employees. We will discuss practical solutions and options in developing an ergonomic program to provide a safe and productive work environment.
In place of our annual in-person cocktail party, we have decided to host a virtual game event. Ready to decompress? Get together with the CharterSAFE team and fellow conference attendees on Thursday, March 18th at 1:30 for an hour of fun and relaxation! Come ready to WIN as there will be prizes.
Breakout rooms will be utilized and plenty of prizes will be won.
Risks abound every day at school. Injuries, property damage, sexual abuse allegations, and HR violations all threaten your bottom line. There are new threats from potential COVID infections, and pitfalls related to distance learning. If these threats are not properly identified and mitigated, large unexpected payments could take away funding, create bad PR, or even hinder charter renewal. CharterSAFE will describe how to avoid dangerous gaps in your school’s risk management and insurance program.