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Surviving the Quiet Crisis – Creating a Communicable Illness Plan

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From Firestorm Solutions:

A Communicable Illness Plan (CIP) should primarily focus on describing expected actions of, as well as coordination among, your organization and locally-based governmental and private sector entities, particularly those responsible for public health, health care and emergency response.

Plan components should address:

  • Awareness and communication
  • Facility issues (e.g. Visitors, social distancing, cleaning, etc.)
  • Health and policy
  • Specific actions, based on escalating scales of impact
  • For schools, continued learning must be addressed

Continue reading the 8 Key Points for Communicable Illness Plans via Firestorm.

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