Preparing Employees for Post COVID-19 Reopening
The coronavirus pandemic has forced organizations to confront major disruptions affecting employees, visitors, customers, and others. Now, as organizations prepare to reopen, they face a new challenge; how to prepare employees, both physically and psychologically, to return to a workplace that will be quite different.
In addition to complying with orders and guidance from federal, state and local officials and the medical community, organizations must address employees’ COVID-19 questions and concerns and reassure staff of the steps that are being taken to protect everyone’s health and well-being.
While every organization’s circumstances will differ, we will discuss the importance of implementing return to work training strategies that will prepare employees to navigate the many changes they will face, and communicate organizational leadership’s compassion and empathy during these challenging, difficult times.
Don't miss this very timely and critically important presentation, recorded during IFCPP’s 21st Annual Conference, and originally aired on October 13
When: Wednesday, December 9 at 9am MST, 11am EST
Registration will include access to the recorded presentation for ongoing reference. This recently recorded webcast will be available for you to watch from the link sent at the date and time listed above
Presented by: Douglas Beaver, CPP
Douglas Beaver presently serves as the Executive Director of Protection Services for the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, D.C. Mr. Beaver is a former law enforcement officer and previously served as President/CEO of a prominent Washington, D.C. based risk management firm and a senior level executive for a global risk management firm. Mr. Beaver previously held a TSSCI top secret DOD security clearance and was assigned to operate in many high-threat regions in the Middle East, South America, and Asia, including Pakistan, India, Jordan, and Israel. where he provided high-level security expertise, risk assessments, and solution-based consultation. Mr. Beaver formerly served as Chair of the ASIS Cultural Properties Council and currently serves as a board member on the Smithsonian Institution NCCPP Conference Advisory Board. Mr. Beaver’s undergraduate studies were accomplished at the University of Maryland and he holds a degree in Criminal Justice studies with an emphasis on business administration.