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WoolSafe ‘Panel of Experts’ webinars
The aim of the webinars is to help the businesses of professional cleaners - and WoolSafe members in particular - survive the Covid-19 crisis.
Recordings of webinars 1 and 2 are available and free to view:
Webinar 1. PPE and Sanitising Services… https://www.woolsafeacademy.org/course/woolsafe-panel-of-experts-series-webinar-1-ppe-and-sanitising-services/
Webinar 2 - Strategies for Trading in the New Normal… https://www.woolsafeacademy.org/course/woolsafe-panel-of-experts-series-webinar-2-strategies-for-trading-in-the-new-normal/
Webinar 3 – Taking place on Monday 18th May 2020: WoolSafe Academy Panel of Experts Series - Creating a Safe Reopening Plan for your Cleaning Business…
Panel: Adam Jankowski, WoolSafe Certified Trainer (mould remediation and biohazard specialist); Richard Sudall, WoolSafe business development; Ryan Hughes, WoolSafe Approved Service Provider (trauma scene clean-up specialist); Colin Nation, WoolSafe Australia director
Topic Description for Webinar 3:
Lockdown is lifting, society is reopening, schools are even planning to reopen, Government is advising business to make plans to reopen by establishing criteria for temperature screening, social distancing, face coverings and other personal protective equipment, cleaning and disinfecting. “If you are still wondering... NOW IS THE TIME for every cleaning business to create a Reopening Plan,” warns WoolSafe global marketing director Steve Bakker.
“So, in this webinar we are going to be taking a closer look at the hierarchy of control and drilling down to determine feasible and effective control solutions. These solutions will influence the operating procedures and protocols you introduce and, alongside the necessary paperwork, will then form the basis of your safe business reopening plan.”
Access to the Webinars (both past and future) is free of charge but you must pre-register to be involved. The events are open to members first (since the current Zoom Webinar licence allows up to 100 registrants) and then non-members (up to 100 in total) and the proceedings recorded. The recordings are later shared to a wider audience. The proceedings can also be enjoyed via ‘live’ social media, such as Facebook Live, but those using social media to take part, cannot interact with the proceedings.
Register for Webinar 3 at:
Schedule (approximately 1 hour but could over-run if audience is very engaged):
GMT + 0 hrs 20:00
Athens +2hrs 22:00
Brisbane + 9 hrs 05:00 (next day)
Sydney + 10 hrs 06:00 (next day)
New York - 5 hrs 15:00
Nashville -6 hrs 14:00
Los Angeles -8hrs Midday
14th May 2020