With the threat of coronavirus top of news worldwide – and many businesses in China having to close temporarily as a result of it – it’s a good time to remind ourselves that business continuity is not only about IT and data.
Business continuity is also about people, so keeping your workplace safe and healthy is critical to your business’s success and longevity.
Guidelines put out by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, advise that planning for a flu pandemic is a wise investment for business.
It promotes a culture of health and resilience and recommends communicating accurate, up-to-date information about the flu situation in your local community to avoid fear and confusion.
You can read these useful guidelines on keeping your workplace safe and healthy at Get Your Workplace ready for Pandemic Flu.