Church Safety 101- COVID-19 Edition

An in-depth look on safety measures that can be implemented as part of church reopening activities.
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Important information in relation to the severity and impact of the Coronavirus
How to prepare church buildings so members can return to safe worship activities
How to effectively communicate during a crisis
About the important liability factors to be aware of in relation to the Coronavirus


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In this course, a team of medical experts along with members of healthcare administration provides a range of safety measures and strategies that can be implemented as part of churches reopening activities. If you are a leader of a church or religious entity you can benefit from a wealth of information that will be quite useful in helping you to make informed decisions.

Who this course is for:

  • Pastors
  • Religious Volunteers
  • Church Administrators
  • Church Leaders

Course content

8 sections19 lectures1h 13m total length
  • Introduction


Chauna-Kaye Pottinger
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Chauna-Kaye Pottinger is a native of the beautiful island of Jamaica. She resides in Orlando Florida. Currently, she serves the Allegheny East Conference as a Risk and Benefits Manager and more recently assisted the organization with the development of their reopening guidelines for churches and schools.

In 2003 She completed a Bachelor of Science Degree in Management Studies at the Northern Caribbean University and in 2014 she completed a Master of Science Degree in Project Management. In 2015 She completed the international designation of Project Management Professional (PMP) with the Project Management Institute.