The outbreak of the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) in 2003 has taught Singapore a valuable lesson. As a nation, Singapore has also weathered other pandemic outbreaks such as the Influenza H1N1 & H1N5. No one knows when the next influenza will hit us, and there could be a possibility that we could face a more deadly and highly infectious influenza pandemic.
The big question is: “In the event of a pandemic outbreak, is your organisation prepared?”. On the same note the ongoing haze situation has been a national issue and concern for decades and organisations in private and public sectors have been activating contingency plans to handle the situation. Both Pandemic and Haze focus on people contingency – can we develop a plan to address both? Address your concerns at this workshop!
To understand the purpose of preparing for people contingency
To obtain an overview of the guidelines by SPRING and NEA
To develop a plan that addresses both Flu and Haze contingency situation.
Purpose of people contingency plan development and its role in business continuity
Overview of the SPRING and NEA guidelines for Flu and Haze situations
Determine the possible business continuity strategies for flu pandemic, required resources and handling procedure
Determine the possible business continuity strategies for Haze, required resources and handling procedure
Identify the key similarities and differences between the strategies
Documenting the flu pandemic and haze contingency plan (There will be a walkthrough on the template provided.)
Challenges and key success factors for a robust plan
|*Minimum 10 persons to start the course
Ideally suited to Managers and Professionals directly involved in developing for and implementing the organisation’s contingency plans.
The trainer has over 25 years of experience in business continuity, IT disaster recovery, IT security and risk management. Through his years in the banking and financial industry where he held senior posts, his real life experience in business continuity includes Y2K, Sep11, and global virus attacks incidents.
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