Why Arrangement for a Pandemic?.


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A business benefit whose exercises can't be hindered for any stretch of time. ... Work at home business capacities, for example, finance/charging ...
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Why Plan for a Pandemic? December 2007 Wisconsin Veterans Home at King Compiled by: Gail Boushon, Risk Management Officer 715-256-3230/gail.boushon@dva.state.wi.us From: PowerPoint presentations from the WI Dept of Health and Family Services OSHA\'s "Pandemic Influenza Preparedness and Response Guidance for Healthcare Workers and Healthcare Employers"

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What Is Seasonal Influenza? A respiratory malady brought about by flu infection. Sudden onset of fever, hack, sore throat, chills, body throbs. Not normally connected with retching or loose bowels. Average hatching period 1–5 days (more often than not 1-3 days).

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Avian Influenza - Highly Pathogenic H5N1 Outbreaks in Asia Incubation time of up to 10 days Primarily influenced kids & youthful grown-ups (great insusceptible frameworks) Initially created regular occasional flu indications – high fever/hack But...lower respiratory tract side effects (instead of upper) – shortness of breath and viral pneumonia Diarrhea, stomach torment, heaving additionally as often as possible reported

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Avian Influenza (H5N1) Of the human cases, most had direct contact with contaminated residential poultry Several disengaged cases are suspected to be spread from human to human Lack of upper respiratory contribution seems to restrict capacity to hack up infection for simple human to human disease

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Avian Flu has influenced people: Azerbaijan – 8 cases/5 passings Cambodia – 7 cases/7 passings China – 25 cases/16 passings Djibouti – 1 case/0 passings Egypt – 38 cases/15 passings Indonesia – 113 cases/91 passings Iraq – 3 cases/2 passings Lao People\'s– 2 cases/2 passings Nigeria – 1 case/1 demise Thailand – 25 cases/17 passings Turkey – 12 cases/4 passings Viet Nam – 100 cases/46 passings Total – 335 cases/206 passings – 61% demise rate

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Does Avian Influenza Always Result In Pandemic Influenza? NO!!!

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For Avian Influenza To Become Pandemic, It Must: Be ready to reliably spread from human-to-human

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Possible Transmission Methods 1957 – one study demonstrated individual to-individual not predictable with airborne but rather another indicated airborne taking into account decrease in sickness rate from 19% to 2% in wards with UV roof lights 2003 – conjunctivitis proposes transmission of H7N7 by means of the mucous individuals from the eye Detection of irresistible infection & ribonucleic corrosive in blood, cerebrospinal liquid & excrement of one kid raises potential for transmission by contact with these liquids, and respiratory emissions

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Pandemic Influenza "A flu pandemic is not at all like whatever other general wellbeing crisis or debacle"

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Seasonal Versus Pandemic Influenza In an influenced group, a pandemic flare-up will last 6-8 weeks, with no less than 2 pandemic malady waves.

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1999 1997 2000 2001 1998

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1999 1997 2000 2001 1998

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SPREAD OF A NOVEL VIRUS IN THE U.S.

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Influenza: Seasonal Impact WISCONSIN Population ~5.4 million Outpatient Care 120,000-240,000 ~5%-20% Infected (270,000-1.1 million) Deaths ~ 600-1000 Hospitalized 3,500-7,000

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Influenza: Pandemic Impact WISCONSIN Population ~5.4 million Outpatient Care 1.4 Million ~35% Infected 1.9 million Deaths ~8500 Hospitalized 27,400

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What We Know And Don\'t Know A flu pandemic is prone to happen sooner or later in our life A flu pandemic is not up and coming A flu pandemic will influence everybody!!! We don\'t know when it will happen Need to get ready for expanded non-attendance Need to plan now !!

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Why Plan For A Pandemic? The Pandemic will be widespread to the point, that we can\'t depend on the legislature to deal with us. Assets – both individuals and supplies – will be hard to come by eventually amid the Pandemic. There will be incredible requirement for human services. We won\'t have any desire to leave our occupants, as was done in Hurricane Katrina.

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Why arrangement? By and large, what number of representatives do you permit on pre-affirmed clear out? What number of phone in wiped out? What number of phone in wiped out amid "cool and influenza season"?

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Department of Homeland Security Pandemic COOP Planning Scenarios Scenario 1 30 – 40% non-attendance Commodity accessibility maintained – some decrease nourishment

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Department of Homeland Security Pandemic COOP Planning Scenarios Scenario 2 40% non-appearance, including numerous key senior & line administration & specialized staff Commodity accessibility supported – significant lessening sustenance & fuel – restricted disturbances of electrical supply & consumable water

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Department of Homeland Security Pandemic COOP Planning Scenarios Scenario 3 half truancy, including most key senior, administration, & specialized staff Extensive & developed nearby & local interruptions in accessibility of sustenance, fuel, consumable water, correspondences & power

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Why arrangement? Consider . . . How are you going to work if non-appearance is 30%, 40% or more for 3 weeks to 3 months?

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Why arrangement? Goodness, and coincidentally… . Your suppliers & sellers will be unable to convey There might be expanded interest for your administrations Some key representatives will stay away for the indefinite future Some will stop, some resign, some kick the bucket Hiring substitutions might be troublesome Quarantine/social removing limits development

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Begin Planning By exploring your administrations and errands: By need By when it should be done/to what extent it can be deferred Assume no directions apply; do as well as can be expected with what you have

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State Enterprise Priority Levels Enterprise Priority Level I A business administration whose exercises can\'t be hindered for any timeframe. Cases: State level official, wellbeing and military order and control and supporting interchanges base, Essential law implementation exercises including law requirement correspondences framework, State gave custodial care, for example, clinics, nursing homes and penitentiaries , and Agency summon, control and correspondences for organization with Enterprise Priority Level I benefits.

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State Enterprise Priority Levels Enterprise Priority Level II A business administration whose exercises could be intruded on briefly, yet for close to one week. Illustrations: Benefits installments to people, and State and office finance

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State Enterprise Priority Levels Enterprise Priority Level III A business administration whose exercises could be intruded on briefly, however for close to one month. Cases: Payments to sellers and organizations, Payments to legislative substances, and Quarterly business forms

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State Enterprise Priority Levels Enterprise Priority Level IV All different business benefits that could be hindered for from six weeks to three months, the presumable term of a pandemic wave. Illustrations: Program arranging (other than for the present crisis), IT application improvement or advancement (other than that straightforwardly supporting the present crisis), Training, Licensing, Most administrative exercises (not specifically supporting the present crisis), and Budgeting, bookkeeping and reporting.

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Create Your Plan – Expand on Your Coop Communications Supplies Utilities Security Staffing

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What\'s Not in Your COOP Plan Protection of your workforce Wide-spread inventory network disturbances Possible expanded requirement for your administrations Security strategies for isolate and potential bootleg market robberies

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PBX Home Fax Office Cell Satellite PBX .. .. .. Portable Switch .. .. Neighborhood Switch Problem: Communications During an Emergency, Mass Calling Causes Network Congestion at numerous focuses! Open Network

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Problem: Supplies Just-in-time acquiring doesn\'t work in a crisis - should act naturally adequate Disruptions to the inventory network can be relied upon to wind up great as an overall Pandemic results in overall deficiencies Cannot rely on the legislature to give Need basic supplies to a 8-week crest Pandemic movement period

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Problem: Utilities Interruptions to utility administrations are expected and normally tended to in COOP by utilization of crisis generators Once interferences are experienced amid a Pandemic, won\'t not be helped until the Pandemic closures How would you run a generator without fuel? Acquire water when filtered water is not accessible? Heat?

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Security Need to keep contaminated individuals far from non-tainted individuals Checkpoints and screening Locked structures/units Need to keep staff, guests, patients from expelling profitable supplies

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Problem: Staffing Pandemic staffing levels as low as half Requires prioritization of errands and re-portion of accessible Staff should be broadly educated, with no less than 3 individuals for key undertakings Detailed manuals/preparing recordings expected to help untrained Staff should be shielded from disease

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Protection of the Workforce

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Occupational Surveillance Track specialists relegated to administer to patients with pandemic flu Track laborers who have recuperated from pandemic flu Track explanations behind non-attendance Screen laborers for side effects before every movement – bar from obligation Test symptomatic/uncovered specialists

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Infection Control Standard Precautions Droplet Precautions Airborne Precautions Contact Precautions

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Possible Transmission Methods 1957 – one study demonstrated individual to-individual not reliable with airborne but rather another indicated airborne taking into account diminishment in sickness rate from 19% to 2% in wards with UV roof lights 2003 – conjunctivitis proposes transmission of H7N7 by means of the mucous individuals from the eye Detection of irresistible infection & ribonucleic corrosive in blood, cerebrospinal liquid & dung of one tyke raises potential for transmission by contact with these liquids, and additionally respiratory emissions

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Infection Control S

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