As COVID-19 is forcing companies around the world to change the way business is conducted, MCAA members need to prepare their businesses and be ready to operate differently. To help its members adapt their business operations and prepare for this rapidly evolving situation, MCAA will be hosting a series of quick-hitting webinars in the coming weeks
Kicking off the series on Thursday, March 19, 1 p.m. Eastern, MCAA’s cybersecurity expert Nick Espinosa will provide an extensive presentation on ways to work remotely while protecting your company data. He will discuss best practices for working offsite, including setting up a virtual private network and making sure that a standard set of best practices are in place to protect your company’s digital assets.
Register for the “Safely Working Remote” webinar here.
• Monday, March 23, 1 p.m. Eastern: Continuity of Business Operations for Trade Contractors, Jeff Sample, eSUB
Many organizations are struggling to handle the deluge of information during this troubling time. Knowledge is power, but deciding to act is a critical component for the survival of your business. Making business decisions and having a clear line of communication is crucial to keeping remote teams informed. The technology available for contractors of all sizes creates an opportunity to facilitate communication and maintain steady work where appropriate.
Learn about the tools available through your current platform and others being offered by technology companies free of charge to adapt to working remotely. In this time of crisis, leadership from all levels is critical. Join Jeff Sample, Director of Strategic Accounts for eSUB and ConTech Crew Co-host for an enlightening and open discussion.
Register for the “Continuity of Business Operations for Trade Contractors” here.
• Wednesday, March 25, 1 p.m. Eastern: Shifting Jobsites During COVID-19, Jonathan Marsh, James Benham, Sean McGuire and Josh Bone
The COVID-19 crisis is forcing contractors to perform work in challenging new ways. This webinar will focus on two scenarios that will become more likely in the weeks ahead — forced remote work with no jobsite activity and one in which jobsites might be shut down and fabrication facilities remain open.
We will discuss how to prepare staff to work remotely, what work can be prioritized to be done remotely and how to utilize fabrication space safely to keep projects progressing.
This panel will include Jonathan Marsh, MEP Innovation Lab; James Benham, CEO of JBKnowledge; Sean McGuire, MCAA Director of Innovative Technologies; and Josh Bone, Director of Industry Innovation at NECA.
Register for “Shifting Jobsites During COVID-19” here.