Guiding the Reopening of American Business: An Expert Roundtable
Tuesday, May 19, 2020, 11:30 AM - 12:45 PM EDT
The New York Academy of Sciences
You may also tune in to this event via Facebook Live on our Facebook page beginning at 11:30 AM EDT on May 19th.
Calls have been made to open the U.S. economy and return to "normal" as quickly as possible, but there is much still unknown about the path that the COVID-19 pandemic will take. In partnership with Deloitte, the New York Academy of Sciences is assembling scientific, technological, risk, and operations experts to develop a set of guidelines and protocols for businesses to follow as they transition from modest reopening to full-scale operations. These guidelines will provide confidence and strength to help business leaders and employees evaluate risk and reopen safely.
This webinar will bring together leaders from four critical disciplines to discuss the key elements of a coordinated and scientifically sound road map to provide the nation’s businesses (and their employees, customers, and suppliers) greater clarity and certainty as they transition back to business in the “new normal.”
Panelists will cover topics such as:
- How can businesses best ensure the health and safety of their employees and customers while mitigating operational risks and legal liability?
- Across industries, do best practices exist for businesses to design a plan, implement procedures, and monitor outcomes?
- What new solutions exist to address managing key business activities such as payments, customer contact, and employee/customer interactions in the “new normal”?
Chair, Board of Governors, New York Academy of Sciences
Legal Foundation, National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB)
Executive Vice President/Risk Practices Leader, Lockton
Senior Associate, Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security
CEO, Augustus Intelligence