Interview with Megan Guarducci, CSP || Client Side Chats

Jun 16, 2020 | Client Side Chats

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We are featuring Megan Guarducci, CSP, EHS Compliance Manager for Mid Valley Disposal, for today’s #ClientSideChat! Early on, Megan took initiative to keep her workers safe starting all the way back in January. Mid Valley Disposal began to install “COVID-19 Stations” so employees have access to extra sanitation efforts. For Mid Valley Disposal, the culture change has been smooth with top-down support; company owners have even personally prepared/sourced 3,800 meals for employees. Listen as Megan discusses the new safety procedures her company will continue on with into the future.

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