“What would you do if tomorrow your employee notified you they had contracted an infectious disease such as Ebola or H1N1. Does your business have a plan in place to deal with such an issue? A pandemic response plan should a part of your business continuity plan.”
Information Security Analyst
Are you prepared to deal with potential exposure to Ebola in the workplace?
Ford & Harrison LLP
Bennet Alsher and Amy R. Turci
October 14 2014
Executive Summary: With the diagnosis of the second Ebola case in the United States on October 12, 2014 – one in which a healthcare worker contracted the lethal disease while performing her job duties – U.S. employers are examining what necessary precautions should be taken to control and prevent the spread of the disease. Perhaps the most important step for employers right now is to become educated and stay informed. Read more….