Companies may be misled into thinking that they are unlikely to be impacted by the current Ebola threat. However, this webinar will reveal why companies need to pay attention to this threat, and what precautions they need to take today in order to safeguard their business from potential losses if the threat proliferates. Surprisingly, there are precautionary measures that companies can take immediately, even if the threat seems remote. By implementing these measures early on, companies can develop safeguards to minimize potential business, human or legal losses.
This program by Matthew Liotine, Ph.D. will show how to prepare your company for the threat, identifying the bases your company needs to cover today in light of the recent Ebola events. The program will reverse the misconception that because the threat is so unlikely, there is no need for your company to worry about it at this time. Matthew will outline the fundamental components of a response plan that companies can use to immediately get started to address the potential Ebola threat. He will also provide a checklist of areas that should be addressed for preparation.
This program will provide answers to such questions as:
Who should attend:
People engaged in Human Resources (HR), Administration, Legal Affairs, Business Continuity/Resilience, Operations Management, Security, Health/Medical or Public Relations in any company within any industry.
Matthew Liotine Ph.D
Dr. Matthew Liotine is a professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago's College of Business Administration and is also a director and founder of the School of Public Health's certificate program in Emergency Management and Continuity Planning. He has conducted research in catastrophic planning, critical infrastru... More info