The Employers’ Association is proud to be part of the V Project, a regional initiative to educate, motivate, and vaccinate the entire Northwest Ohio corridor in order to dramatically slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
The EA has joined with a wide variety of other leading organizations in industry, government, non-profit, health care, education and religion to effectively mobilize the community. The link below will take you to the V Project web site where you can get answers, check the daily progress of the initiative and be updated on ways you can assist in the effort wherever you work or gather.
COVID-19 Vaccination Update for Businesses Webinar
Over the last year, we’ve learned to work with ever-changing and increasing COVID-19 regulations. Now, it’s time to learn to work without those regulations! The Toledo Chamber, in collaboration with the VProject, are partnering with the Toledo-Lucas County Health Department and The Employers’ Association to once again bring you the COVID-19 Vaccination Update for Businesses webinar series. Following the lift on the statewide mask mandate on June 2, and as the vaccination rollout continues, we will discuss best practices so our region’s businesses can return to or continue in the office in a way that’s safe for your employees and patrons. We’ll also include information about the EEOC’s recent guidance on offering incentives to employees to get the vaccine.
Participants will hear the latest updates regarding the COVID-19 vaccination efforts and how to keep your most valued employees safe and healthy, while a legal professional will share the legalities you should be aware of to ensure your return-to-business plan goes smoothly. Following the discussion from our panel of experts, you will have an opportunity to ask questions.
COVID-19 Vaccination Update for Businesses Webinar Series: Vaccine Points of Dispensing (PODs)
The Employers’ Association and the Toledo Regional Chamber of Commerce, in collaboration with the VProject and the Toledo Lucas County Health Department offered a continuation of the COVID-19 Vaccination Update for Businesses Webinar Series. As the effort to educate, motivate and vaccinate the entire northwest Ohio corridor to dramatically slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus advances, we continue to provide the region’s business community with the latest information regarding the COVID-19 vaccines.
This series highlighted Vaccine Points of Dispensing (PODs). Closed PODs are sites staffed and managed by organizations and agencies (both public and private) to dispense the vaccine only to their own populations while continuing operations during a public health emergency. We assembled a panel of expert speakers to provide an orientation and basic expectations of operating a closed POD, shared best practices and lessons learned, and provided guidance on legalities to be aware of.
The Employers’ Association and the Toledo Regional Chamber of Commerce, in collaboration with the V Project, facilitated a weekly series of webinar presentations designed to provide the region’s business community with the latest information regarding the COVID-19 vaccines. In each weekly episode, a panel of experts from the Toledo-Lucas County Health Department, employment law, and HR/business communities answered your questions and shared the most current information regarding the status of the vaccine rollout in our area. Each week welcomed a different panel of experts.
The Toledo Regional Chamber of Commerce and The V Project, partnered to host a virtual meeting dedicated to helping business leaders understand The V Project, the benefits that the COVID-19 Vaccine offers, and how to navigate the challenges and complexities associated with the vaccination process.
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