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Cardno ChemRisk experts share their insight on reopening business during COVID-19

Two Cardno ChemRisk experts recently took part in a Q&A session with the Pittsburgh Business Times regarding how businesses should prepare for re-opening after COVID-19 peaks.

Cardno ChemRisk Supervising Health Scientist Natalie Egnot and Senior Associate Health Scientist Alexander Sundermann answered questions about the pandemic and how businesses and organizations can help keep the virus from spreading and their operations flowing smoothly.

In the discussion, the scientists address topics including general hygiene, social distancing, workplace controls, and workplace response plans.

Natalie Egnot and Alexander Sundermann from Cardno ChemRisk

Natalie Egnot, Supervising Health Scientist and Alexander Sundermann, Senior Associate Health Scientist

Dr. Egnot earned an MPH in Infectious Diseases and Microbiology as well as a DrPH in Epidemiology from the University of Pittsburgh. She has several years of occupational epidemiology and clinical laboratory experience.

Mr. Sundermann holds an MPH in Infectious Diseases and Microbiology from the University of Pittsburgh. He is board certified in infection control (CIC) with several years of hospital infection prevention and control experience.

Cardno ChemRisk scientists are working with clients to adapt best work practices, conduct internal risk assessments, and create employee educational materials to understand the potential effects that the COVID-19 pandemic may have on business. Learn more about their work on our website.

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