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GET YOUR BUSINESS PREPARED FOR THE H1N1 FLU. PANDEMIC RESPONSE PLANNING, TRAINING.
Our new FREE webcast, Pandemic: Crisis and Preparation, developed by OSHA and the All Hazards Training Center at the University of Findlay will show you how to get prepared.
Last Spring's H1N1 (swine flu) outbreak was a wakeup call for many businesses. It revealed that few have the kind of Pandemic Preparedness and Response Plan in Place to ensure their survival in the event of a serious, prolonged pandemic. We developed this special one-hour webcast event to show you hot to:

BE PREPARED AND PROACTIVE

Indications are the H1N1 virus will return this winter and vaccines will be in short supply. H1N1 is already a pandemic but it could turn into a prolonged health crisis that threatens your ability to operate your business.

View the free, one-hour webcast for best practices and steps you can take to:

A PROVEN EFFECTIVE TRAINING TOOL

The University of Findlay’s All Hazards Training Center pioneered the ALERT series of interactive training webcasts for first responders, security and public health personnel. ALERT has proven to be a highly effective, relevant training tool for these frontline professionals. Pandemic: Crisis and Preparation is no different.

This hour-long webcast shows you how companies prepared (or failed to prepare) and dealt with a serious flu outbreak, and what the long term consequences were for their business viability. Interspersed are panel discussions with public health experts who explain best practices and dispel myths on how to develop an effective response plan.

Viewers tuning into the webcast can download their own Pandemic Planning Template to use in planning to deal with a more widespread outbreak of H1N1 or similar pandemic.