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COVID-19 Coronavirus Webinar for Automotive Industry

News about the COVID-19 Coronavirus continues to evolve on a daily basis. SEMA is actively monitoring developments to determine how best to assist members with their businesses. The association is informed by guidance from local, state, national and international health officials, as well as other trade organizations and associations, to ensure following recommended policies and best practices.

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The association’s top priority is the health and safety of the industry, as well as helping members minimize business disruption and succeed during this trying time. As such, SEMA invites people to listen to a webinar regarding the virus.

Specialty-equipment manufacturers and suppliers are invited to take part in an informative webinar delivered by the Original Equipment Suppliers Association (OESA) and supply-chain experts Oliver Wyman. The webinar will address best practices regarding supply-chain risks and business operations affected by the COVID-19 Coronavirus. The webinar is scheduled for Monday, March 16, at 10:30 a.m.–12 p.m. (EDT).

The webinar will consist of three segments:

  • General overview of the current COVID-19 situation.
  • Supply-Chain Risks. Presenters will discuss how suppliers can set up a line of defense and will provide a checklist of what should be considered up and down the supply chain.
  • Operations Under Constraint. How will a company respond when operations are threatened, if an employee tests positive for the virus or if there is a regional quarantine where operations exist. Appropriate responses will be discussed as well as how suppliers can ensure operations continue.

A Q&A is also scheduled on the agenda for participants who would like to ask questions.


SEMA members can register at the low cost of $25. Find out more information and register today.  

For registration assistance and program information, contact OESA at 248-952-6401. SEMA will continue to update the industry as the situation evolves.

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