Learn how employers are addressing COVID vaccine legalities and logistical challenges

Administering COVID vaccines to employees and the community at large is fraught with legal and logistical challenges. That's why we invited a panel of legal and occupational health experts to join us for a webinar to share insights and front-line learning on rolling out a mass immunization program.


Watch the replay of a panel discussion to hear: 

  • Regulatory standards and employer/employee impacts
  • Practical workplace rollout, bargaining unit discussions and implications for workplace medical programs
  • The practical challenges of setting up a corporate COVID vaccination program for employees and family members

This webinar was presented by:



Meet the panelists:


Dean Frieders — General Counsel, Work Health Solutions


Work Health Solutions is a group of medical, legal, HR, operational and EH&S experts who provide customizable and economical solutions to employers. Our team has extensive experience working with academic and research institutions, corporate healthcare, Fortune 25 companies, small government and local businesses. We are also familiar with the unique challenges of working in densely populated areas such as airport and transit facilities, and similar public attractions.


Amy Adolay, JD — Labor and Employment Practice Group, Krieg DeVault


Krieg DeVault LLP is a professional, diversified law firm representing a wide variety of local, regional and national clients. It is a business-focused law firm with offices Indiana, Illinois, Georgia, Minnesota and Florida. The firm’s attorneys have significant experience in key areas that address the needs of a diversified client base.  


Tim Raycob, PAC — Director of Medical Compliance and Policy, Phillips 66


Phillips 66 is a diversified energy manufacturing and logistics company. With a portfolio of Midstream, Chemicals, Refining, and Marketing and Specialties businesses, the company processes, transports, stores and markets fuels and products globally. Headquartered in Houston, the company has 14,500 employees committed to safety and operating excellence. 


Moderated by Jeff Donnell — President, Enterprise Health


Enterprise Health is unlike any other occupational health IT solution. It combines occupational health and compliance, clinical care and employee engagement on a single, certified, interoperable cloud-based EHR platform to equip you with a powerful toolset to improve health, wellness, productivity and efficiency throughout your organization.