OneAcadiana is hosting a webinar This morning will focus on how to get businesses open while keeping employees safe. Representatives from ACSW Architects, CCI Piping Systems, Acadian Companies, and Dupre Logistics will take part in the virtual event on Tuesday, May 12th at 9 am. Much of the guidance about what's next hinges on the state's stay-at-home order. OneAcadiana CEO Troy Wayman says he wants to have businesses ready for whenever they get the green light to reopen. You can register for the webinar by CLICKING HERE.

WHO 

One Acadiana and regional business resource partners – including LEDA, Opportunity Machine, Downtown Development Authority, Louisiana Small Business Center at UL Lafayette, Acadiana Workforce Solutions, Acadiana Planning Commission, United Way of Acadiana, and other local chambers and economic development offices – are hosting an ongoing webinar series featuring timely and relevant information designed to help businesses navigate the COVID-19 crisis.

WHAT  

‘Getting Back to Work Safely’ Webinar

Following the Governor’s next announcement on May 11 about what to expect when Louisiana’s extended Stay at Home order ends on May 15, we will hear from a panel of business leaders about what getting back to work safely means to them and their company.

Join us for a conversation with business leaders about relevant guidance and best practices for keeping your workplace and employees safe as more businesses start reopening.

We will also share a set of resources for businesses to consider when developing reopening plans, including official guidance and examples of new workplace protocols.

PRESENTERS

  • Chad Abell, ACSW Architects
  • Tessa Brown, CCI Piping Systems
  • Neil Davis, Acadian Companies
  • Brent Hebert, Dupre Logistics

WHEN 

Tues., May 12 at 9 a.m. CDT

WHERE                

Register:BackToWorkSafely.Eventbrite.com

Registration is limited to 250 participants. A recording of the webinar and presentation material will be available the following day atOneAcadiana.org/COVID-19-Resources