Webinar: Gone Viral: Preparing for Pandemics

Thursday, October 30th, 2014 at 2:00PM ET

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Communicable diseases are at the top of the nation’s consciousness recently, and with so many health concerns swirling around, it is important to remember the best defense against any illness remains preparedness. The devastating effect of the Ebola crisis in West Africa has reared its ugly head here in the U.S., but has only affected a few Americans thus far. However, the preparedness steps and lessons learned from this news story can be applied to far greater threats like the upcoming flu season and other communicable diseases. The annual death toll from the flu virus alone ranges from a few thousand to almost 50,000 Americans. The time to begin preparing is now.

Join national leader in disaster recovery & preparedness education, Agility Recovery, as we cover important information regarding Ebola, Enterovirus D68 and the 2014-15 flu season, as well as steps to reduce the risk of illness in the work environment.

We will cover critical preventive actions to stop the spread of germs in the workplace, as well as steps to help your organization work through an outbreak and keep your organization operational. With proper planning, education and services, an organization can minimize sick days and reduce health costs, while ensuring that productivity and quality are maintained.

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