There is not yet a human influenza pandemic, but there is a possibility that it could occur, should the virus mutate in certain ways. As the threat does exist, it is important that your company is adequately prepared for the possibility of a pandemic with significant social and economic costs and impact. EHA has developed developed the Pandemic Influenza Preparedness and Guidance Program to assist businesses and government entities in assessing their preparedness to address this potential crisis.
The program utilizes the Business Pandemic Influenza Checklist prepared by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as a guide to review a company's preparedness program. EHA will then provide prioritized recommendations to address gaps in the program. Additionally, EHA will identify successful, proactive measures so that they can be recognized, continued and built upon.
EHA has designed this program to assess these key elements:
EHA specializes in helping companies before, during and after a crisis by working closely with those responsible for developing and implementing programs within a corporate environment. Our professional staff includes specialists in public health, infectious disease epidemiology and food safety. We understand business imperatives and the practical nature of effectively planning for a crisis.