It’s important to begin envisioning what post-COVID-19 small business life is going to look like, and the health and safety for you and your workers should be top of mind. Join us for this timely webinar, presented by environmental health and safety expert Laura Bonk, that will share the latest federal government and professional safety organizations guidelines to protect you and your employees from COVID-19 exposure. This session will include: Exposure risk assessments for you and your employees Changes in processes, procedures, and work habits Personal protective equipment Installation of barriers and other engineering controls to reduce employee exposure Worker training programs Please note that this webinar will not discuss employee safety in the health care, assisted living, and child care facilities Presented by Laura Bonk Laura Bonk has over 20 years of experience in the environmental health and safety field—for 5 years she was responsible for the environmental health and safety program at a power plant and another 5 years at major research facilities. She has been responsible for both corporate and institutional environmental health and safety compliance programs. Laura's experience includes both facility operations and major construction projects with an emphasis on hazardous materials management. Specifically, she performs training, auditing, plan development, permit acquisitions, among other aspects of the environmental health and safety field. For the past 10 years, Ms. Bonk has consulted in 18 states for manufacturing facilities, wastewater plants, drinking water plants, and construction projects. Ms. Bonk is also a safety instructor for the National Safety Council, University of Massachusetts, and Natural Technologies, Inc. Ms. Bonk has also worked as an environmental consultant in both the former Soviet Union and South America. She is fluent in Spanish and able to teach and consult in Spanish.