Mobile crisis response software provider Groupdolists has made its pandemic response plan publicly available. The plan contains a best-practices list of pre-defined tasks and suggested steps any organization can follow whenever the threat of a disease outbreak arises.
“Considering the widening crisis, and after listening to Dr. Anne Schuchat (the CDC’s Principal Deputy Director) say it’s the perfect time for businesses, healthcare systems, universities, and schools to dust off their pandemic preparedness plans to ensure readiness, we decided to make our pandemic response plan publicly available at no cost,” said Michael Sher, founder and CEO of Groupdolists.
“Groupdolists procedure libraries contain 200 subject-specific plans ranging across natural disasters, human threats, accidents, and everyday key processes,” Sher continued. “Customers can copy, customize, and employ these plans. Given recent developments, sharing our pandemic plan felt like the right thing to do. It provides any organization a solid start.”
Groupdolists helps organizations mitigate disruptions more quickly, efficiently, and better than ever before. Customers can activate standard or emergency operating procedures from their smartphones or the web, mobilizing response teams in seconds, automatically coordinating, assigning, tracking, and completing tasks together. Groupdolists effortlessly keeps stakeholders in the loop and documents all activity and new information in a real-time, chronological audit trail. It even instantly connects responders anywhere around the world into a tap-to-join conference bridge (no dialing). Calls can optionally be recorded and transcribed.
Click here to access the free Groupdolists Pandemic Response Plan.