Tips for reassuring your customers and employees during the COVID-19 pandemic were highlighted in the most recent WQA Dealers Section meeting, held online April 15.
Dealers also learned about WQA's legislative priorities during the pandemic and beyond, got an overview of WQA's coronavirus resources, and learned details of the federal Caronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act -- including how to apply for the Paycheck Protection Program --from Glenn Spencer, senior vice president of the employment policy division of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Section members also were updated by Dean Heyl, Director of the Office of Public Liaison, U.S. Department of Labor.
Get the full meeting agenda here, and click the image below to watch a recording of the meeting.
"Section" meetings allow different sections of WQA's membership to share their expertise, questions and concerns. Sections might refer issues to the WQA Board of Governors or staff for attention, and they provide semi-annual reports to the Board of Governors. This was one of many sessions WQA offered online during the month of April 2020.
More than 30 hours of on-demand education presented by the same experts who would have presented at them 2002 WQA Convention & Exposition -- many offering Continuing Professional Development credit -- are available now as part of WQA's Virtual Education Program. In addition, recordings are available of sessions WQA offered during its Live Virtual Education Week April 21-23, 2020.
If you were already registered for the 2020 WQA Convention & Exposition, there is no charge to participate in Virtual Education. If you had not registered, learn more and purchase access by going here.
You can get full access to all of the on-demand sessions for free when you join WQA. Click here to apply for membership and join the growing water treatment community.