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Check out MMA’s expanded and updated MFG Tools for Safe & Productive Operations, a streamlined source for information related to in-person manufacturing operations in Michigan.
The interactive resource has been updated with the latest government orders and emergency rules and expanded to feature direct links to nearly 50 MMA member-driven products and services, presenting a single source for workplace safety requirements, best practices and partners to support manufacturing operations.
Manufacturing continues to lead the way as one of the safest workspaces as a result of the industry’s willingness to place the safety of its workforce first and foremost. MMA will continue to support our member companies with the many complex and changing facets of operating in the shadow of a global pandemic.
COVID-19 has brought untold challenges to manufacturing operations and human resource professionals, including managing team members working remotely and in-person. Join MMA Premium Associate Member Sigred Solutions and other respected voices for a highly interactive virtual discussion on best practices for leading teams with a mix of on-site and remote workers. Build a strategic approach, maximize employee engagement and improve retention in this free 90 minute virtual event.
Friday, November 20, 2020 • 2:00 p.m.
Governor Gretchen Whitmer recently announced a special MIOSHA enforcement effort related to COVID-19 Emergency Rules. Join MMA for an interactive discussion with Director of COVID-19 Workplace Safety Sean Egan to learn more about increased enforcement in workplaces across the state. Ask your questions directly of Director Egan, Michigan’s point person tasked with coordinating the state’s effort to monitor and enforce workplace safeguards in this free video conference.
Tuesday, December 1, 2020 • 1:30 p.m.
Michigan’s Epidemic Order requires that employers follow CDC guidance and work with local public health officials when a case of COVID-19 enters the workplace. Don’t get overwhelmed with the details. Join MMA and Ingham County Health Department Health Officer Linda Vail for a free in-depth discussion of how employers should respond when an employee is exposed, as well as trends local health departments are seeing and how they are responding.
Our collective and continued vigilance in the fight against COVID-19 is critical to the recovery of our industry and our economy. Wearing masks in public places, social distancing and frequent handwashing are simple but critical to ensure that manufacturers can continue to create essential products, deliver solutions and maintain economic stability. Spread the word with resources available online.