Wilson Elser - Reopening During COVID-19 - Return to Work - Training Package

How To Get Started

The purchasing process is easy! Our training is affordable! $9.99 per user.

STEP 1: To the right, choose the package based on your company size (Pricing will update based on package size). If over 50 employees, please contact us at service@mycecourse.com or 800-861-7642 for pricing. 

Note: When choosing your package size, consider the following:

  • Include All managers and employees.
  • Including volunteers?

 STEP 2: Add to Cart!

Training Overview

Topics for Employee Training

  • Information on COVID-19, how to prevent it from spreading, and which  underlying health conditions may make individuals more susceptible to contracting the virus.
  • Self-screening at home, including temperature and/or symptom checks using CDC guidelines.
  • The importance of not coming to work if employees have a frequent cough, fever, difficulty breathing, chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, recent loss of taste or smell, or if they or someone they live with have been diagnosed with COVID-19.
  • To seek medical attention if their symptoms become severe, including persistent pain or pressure in the chest, confusion, or bluish lips or face. Updates and further details are available on CDC’s webpage.
  • The importance of frequent handwashing with soap and water, including scrubbing with soap for 20 seconds (or using hand sanitizer with at least 60% ethanol or 70% isopropanol when employees cannot get to a sink or handwashing station, per CDC guidelines).
  • The importance of physical distancing, both at work and off work time.
  • Proper use of face coverings, including:
    • Face coverings do not protect the wearer and are not personal protective equipment (PPE).
    • Face coverings can help protect people near the wearer, but do not replace the need for physical distancing and frequent handwashing.
    • Employees should wash or sanitize hands before and after using or adjusting face coverings.
    • Avoid touching eyes, nose, and mouth.
    • Face coverings should be washed after each shift.

Why do I need this training? 

On June 17, 2021, the Occupational Safety and Health Standards Board (Standards Board) voted to update the COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standards (ETS), 8 CCR §§ 3205-3205.4. Executive Order N-09-21 permitted the revised ETS to take effect the same day.

  • FAQ
    Q: What training must an employer provide employees under the ETS?
    A: Employee training must cover:
        • Employer policies and procedures to protect employees from COVID-19 hazards and how to participate in the identification and evaluation of those hazards.
        • COVID-19 related benefit information, from either the employer or from federal, state or local government that may be available to employees impacted by COVID-19. Information on COVID-19 benefits such as paid sick leave and workers' compensation benefits is posted on the Department of Industrial Relations' Coronavirus Resources webpage.
        • The fact that COVID-19 is an infectious disease that can be spread through the air when an infectious person talks or vocalizes, sneezes, coughs, or exhales; that COVID-19 may be transmitted when a person touches a contaminated object and then touches their eyes, nose, or mouth, although that is less common; and that an infectious person may show no symptoms.
        • Proper use of face coverings and the fact that face coverings are not respiratory protective equipment.
        • The conditions under which face coverings must be worn at the workplace and that face coverings are additionally recommended outdoors for people who are not fully vaccinated if six feet of distance between people cannot be maintained.
        • That employees can request face coverings from the employer at no cost to the employee and can wear them at work, regardless of vaccination status, without fear of retaliation. That respirators such as N95s are more effective at preventing COVID-19, an airborne disease.
        • The Employer’s policies for providing respirators, and the right of employees who are not fully vaccinated to request a respirator for voluntary use, without fear of retaliation and at no cost to employees.
        • When respirators are provided for voluntary use, how to properly wear them and perform a seal check, and the fact that facial hair interferes with a seal.
        • The importance of frequent hand washing for at least 20 seconds and use of hand sanitizer when handwashing facilities are not available.
        • The symptoms of COVID-19 and the importance of not coming to work and getting tested if an employee has symptoms. Information on the employer’s COVID-19 policies; how to access COVID-19 testing and vaccination; and the fact that vaccination is effective at preventing COVID-19, protecting against both transmission and serious illness or death.
        • Original link to DIR / ETS