Aspen Webinars

In addition to our boots-on-the-ground, go-to team of loss control and safety pros, many on the Aspen Team deliver exceptional value added Webinars.  See our offerings below, and click here for our completed Webinar recordings:

Multiple Dates

Common Sense Ergonomics While Working Virtually or from a Traditional Office
Newly working from home, or experienced… working from a traditional office desk, couch, table, bed, or old desk in the garage? Join us to learn the basics of ergonomics and safety for virtual and traditional work. Whether computers or laptops, tablets, smart phones, or other technology, join us for this fast-paced 45 minute Webinar:
• Staying healthy using any computer, laptop, or electronic device
• Integrating good posture, breaks, and common sense approaches for ergonomic health
• Equipment myths and facts
• Q&A with ERGOhealthy Coach
Dates / times offered / live Webinars
Nov 18, 2020, 10 AM PDT Please register in advance: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3191462651710072076
Dec 9, 2020, 10 AM PDT Please register in advance: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5133782927525577744
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

28 Jan 2021

COVID -19 Re-Opening Guidelines: From an OSHA and Insurance Perspective
It seems like every day we receive new guidance on COVID-19 instructions on opening a business. From manufacturing, agriculture, hospitality and offices; there are expectations to follow the CDC, OSHA state and local requirements. From an insurance perspective; there is no real precedent on how employee or public claims may be managed. However, there are basic guidelines that should be followed by all employers to create a "safe & healthy" workplace and to minimize liability. Join us for this comprehensive Webinar.
January 28, 2021:  10:00 AM to 11:00 AM PDT:
https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/2807538480147708944
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

10am - 11am
Pacific Time

Future Date

HR Considerations for at-Home and Remote Employees
Given the current circumstances, this informative Webinar will cover topics pertinent to organizations that have employees working from home.  Whether reacting to a pandemic, or looking to have employees work from home, there are some HR and management considerations worth exploring: 
  • Loss of Managerial Control of Remote Employees
  • Fear of Productivity Drops in the Virtual Workplace
  • Wage & Hour Regulations
  • OSHA Compliance

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OSHA Updates for Companies in the Cannabis Industry
Join us for our OSHA Update Webinar to help meet the cannabis business challenges in safety and OSHA for 2020.  

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Reducing Workers' Compensation Costs for Cannabis-Related Operations
Getting ahead of workers' compensation costs for cannabis-related businesses is absolutely critical for long-term success. With the advent of an emerging industry brings new workers and hazards. Join us for this timely Webinar to take control of workers' compensation... now, and in the future!

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Drive down your X Mod for Head Start, Child Care, School, and Youth Services
Want to know the best ways to keep your experience modification rate low and to reduce your workers' compensation insurance costs?  Join us for this unique Webinar and learn the techniques to manage and control your X Mod rate.  

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San Diego CPCU Chapter, an affiliate of The Institutes
Speaker:  Cathi L. Marx, ALCM, COSS, COEA, CHPP
Recorded from August 6, 2020:  11:30AM to 12:30 PM PDT:
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/11106574743348748
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
COVID -19 Re-Opening Guidelines: From an OSHA, insurance, and underwriting perspective
It seems like every day we receive new guidance on COVID-19 instructions on opening a business. From manufacturing, agriculture, hospitality and offices; there are expectations to follow the CDC, OSHA state and local requirements. From an insurance perspective; there is no real precedent on how employee or public claims may be managed. However, there are basic guidelines that should be followed by all employers to create a "safe & healthy" workplace and to minimize liability.
We will cover the basics in the 1-hour webinar to provide insurance professionals knowledge and tools to ask basic questions on current and prospective insureds.

Future Date

San Diego CPCU Chapter, an affiliate of The Institutes
Speaker:  Steve Thompson, ARM, COSS
Recorded July 15, 2020:  11:30AM to 12:30 PM PDT:
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/327292034030819852
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
Independent Contractor (AB 5) Legislation:  An Update
Enacted in January 2020, the independent contractor law (AB 5) puts the livelihood of nearly 2M California independent contractors at risk (according to the Legislative Counsel).  This presentation will provide an overview and update of the law.
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