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Pandemic Business Continuity Services

Health Ensuring the health and safety of employees, their families, customers, and communities. Trust Implement duty of care and liability obligations to instill employee and public trust in your brand, products, and services. Business With a foundation of health and trust, advance your business positively.   The Challenge Essential services need to continue operations as COVID-19 evolves. While businesses are eager to open their doors, they must be mindful of the health and safety of their employees, clients, patrons, the community, and the vulnerable population. The Solution Pandemic business continuity services give you the ability to control access and screen individuals who are visiting your physical sites or working remotely.   Advance Your Business with Pandemic Solutions 1) Employee, Visitor and Patron Screening, Testing and Access Control Step 1: Obtain subject’s consent Step 2: Record subject’s temperature & health survey responses Step 3: Validate ID documents Step 4: Access denied or granted Step 5: Data made available for audit trail Technology that instills employee confidence and addresses duty of care obligations with the intake, storage, and auditing of data, while advancing trust with reassurances for the health and wellness of employees, the public and community.   2) Trained Medical and Professional Support Personnel Trained and experienced health care professionals, social workers, and access control personnel to ensure processes are held to a high standard, all necessary data is captured, and access is granted or denied without bias, in an employee and patron friendly manner.   3) Accessible Equipment and Supplies Procurement and deployment through vetted suppliers with approved medical equipment.   4) On-Site Medical Escalation and Support Immediate health...

What is the Nipah Virus?

  The World Health Organization (WHO) has released the following definition and further information regarding the Nipah Virus Infection.   What is Nipah Virus? Nipah virus (NiV) is an emerging zoonotic virus (a virus transmitted to humans from animals). The natural host of the virus are fruit bats of the Pteropodidae Family, Pteropus genus. In infected people, Nipah virus, with a mortality rate of 40-70 percent, causes a range of illnesses from asymptomatic (subclinical) infection to acute respiratory illness and fatal encephalitis. NiV can also cause severe disease in animals such as pigs, resulting in significant economic losses for farmers.   What are the Symptoms of Nipah Virus in Humans? Influenza-like symptoms of fever, headaches, myalgia (muscle pain), vomiting and sore throat Dizziness, drowsiness, altered consciousness, and neurological signs that indicate acute encephalitis Some experience atypical pneumonia and severe respiratory problems, including acute respiratory distress Encephalitis and seizures progressing to coma within 24 to 48 hours How to treat Nipah? There is currently no cure or vaccine for Nipah.  Intensive supportive care is recommended to treat severe respiratory and neurologic complications.   Preventative measures to help reduce the risk of Nipah Virus infecting people:   Reducing the risk of bat-to-human transmission: Efforts to prevent transmission should first focus on decreasing bat access to date palm sap and to other fresh food products. Keeping bats away from sap collection sites with protective coverings (e.g., bamboo sap skirts) may be helpful. Freshly collected date palm juice should be boiled and fruits should be thoroughly washed and peeled before consumption. Reducing the risk of animal-to-human transmission: Gloves and other protective clothing should...

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