Pandemic Influenza Preparedness, Response, And Recovery by The U.S. Department of Homeland Security Contributors

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PLANNING PHASE Action PLANNING PHASE Coordinate risk communications protocols and communications capabilities Provide for communications technologies and protocols Issues to Consider Supporting Actions Effective, consistent, and timely risk communication is essential to inform and assure internal and external stakeholders during a disaster. Coordinate and support risk communications and information sharing initiatives for pandemic surveillance and detection within the business, across the supply chain, across all interdependent sectors, and with all appropriate government partners.

Assess the business’ supply chain for potential impacts from movement disruptions. • Prioritize operational impacts. • Assess implications for the business’ international workers/offices/affiliates. • Assess supply chain requirements involving international suppliers. • Prioritize all impacts by affects on the business’ essential, critical, and normal operations. Map and model the network of essential intra- and inter-sector, cross-border, and cross-jurisdictional interdependencies between the business and its supply chain and all government partners.

Social distancing strategies negatively affect production efficiency, adding to the overall cost of producing goods and services and affect workforce morale. • Businesses with direct public interface experience a precipitous decline in the numbers of customers purchasing goods and services through personal contact, while businesses with online/telephone ordering capabilities see sharp increases. • Banks and financial institutions reduce direct contact with customers. Electronic transfers, ATM machines, and drive-up tellers are the financial options of choice.

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