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Free webinars will explain how to get back to business amid pandemic

Posted 07/10/20

Back to Business webinar seriesA series of free webinars being presented this month by the Center for Professional Studies at Fitchburg State University will offer valuable guidance to businesses looking to reopen safely during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Navigating the CDC, WHO, DPH, EPA, FDA, OSHA and State of Massachusetts regulations can be overwhelming. The Center for Professional Studies at Fitchburg State, in collaboration with the Safety Trainers, has compiled the best combination of recommendations from these trusted sources to get businesses operating with safety and health as a top priority.

The programs are designed for anyone who is now part of a team or is responsible for managing health and safety in their workplace.

The webinars will run from 3 to 4 p.m. Monday, July 27 through Thursday, July 30. These four, one-hour webinars will bullet point out what businesses need to do to reopen. Topics will include the “alphabet soup” of regulations and determining who in a business organization should be responsible for coordinating health and safety, as well as the engineering and administrative controls that will apply to businesses and new housekeeping practices.

In partnership with Fitchburg State, the Safety Trainers will deliver this information in a manageable and organized system for business owners to take immediate action on implementing controls, training and updating policies to protect their enterprises and their employees.

For more information or to register, please contact the Center for Professional Studies at, or by phone at 978.665.3636. Details are also available online at

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