Coronavirus Workforce
Preparedness Training

$399
$99
Take the course and get your certificate in Coronavirus Workforce Preparedness Training. Course discounted to $99 due to content being developed in real-time as the science develops during the coming weeks. Save on unbiased, no-nonsense, non-sensationalized expert training as course content is being added.

Take the Course and Get Your Certificate in Coronavirus Workforce Preparedness Training

COVID-19 is here and it is not going away. It represents the biggest disruption to life as we know it in the last decade. Recognizing its severity is vital to being prepared.

Get trained in the handling of this epidemic and how it affects your business with knowledge in legalities, business strategy, employee safety, supply chain disruption, corporate productivity, and much more.

Learn from the experts in infectious disease, epidemic response, and corporate responsibility.

Training for Employers & Employees

CORE TRAINING

VIDEO COURSE TOPICS

Module 1: CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) DEFINED
  • What is Coronavirus (COVID-19)?
  • How will it affect individuals and businesses?
  • The expected impact of COVID-19 to our future
Module 2: EMPLOYER/EMPLOYEE LABOR LAW & LEGAL RAMIFICATIONS
  • Specific laws to consider
  • Identify potential legal liabilities
  • Develop employer action plans
  • Limiting risk through mitigation
Module 3: CASE STUDIES TO LEARN FROM
  • Hear from the professionals at the forefront of the crisis
  • Learn from both the health and business pitfalls made early on during the pandemic outbreak
  • Avoid the mistakes and prevent history from repeating itself
Module 4: BUSINESS CONTINUITY DURING EPIDEMICS/ PANDEMICS AND BEYOND
  • How business operations will change during the pandemic
  • Resuming business and overcoming challenges in a post pandemic recovery period
  • Recovery strategies and lessons learned
Module 5: QUARANTINES
  • What is a quarantine?
  • What are the different types of quarantines?
  • How do quarantines affect employees?
  • The effect on organizations logistics, services, and supplies
  • Mitigating travel and trade bans
  • Business continuity strategies
Module 6: EMPLOYEE WELLNESS PROGRAMS & PANDEMICS
  • Managing employee wellness programs during and after epidemics/pandemics
  • What to make available or not
  • Dealing with employee stress, panic, and fear during and after
Module 7: U.S. FOOD & DRUG ADMINISTRATION AND C0VID-19
  • The value of testing. Who should get tested? What’s the value of testing beyond the individual patient?
  • Pharmaceuticals, including drugs used for COVID-19 patients and first-line responders
  • Supply chains
  • PPE and equipment (such as ventilators).
  • Hospital space and expansion
  • Healthcare
  • Mortality rates
Module 8: EMPLOYER PREPAREDNESS & REPERCUSSIONS
  • How employers should prepare for the impact of Coronavirus (COVID-19)
  • Scenarios to consider and preventative measures
  • Planning for and mitigating business disruptions
  • Understanding supply chain issues
  • Employee logistics and challenges
  • Best practices and strategies
  • Servicing clients and customers during epidemics and pandemics
  • Business continuity strategies
Module 9: VULNERABLE POPULATIONS
  • Understand the precautions necessary for at-risk employees
  • Consider special needs for different health situations
  • Identify populations most at-risk, including but not limited to chronic disease, mental illness, elderly, EMR, and doctors and nurses
Module 10: HEALTHCARE DELIVERY
  • How will healthcare delivery be affected during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic?
  • Preparing for employee fatality (death)
  • Addressing lack of access to emergency rooms, ICU's, and medication/prescription drugs
  • Chronic care implications such as diabetes, cancer, and other chronic conditions and the high fatality (death) rate
  • Providing access to critical healthcare without exposing your most vulnerable employees
  • Role of telemedicine and telehealth
Module 11: EMPLOYEE & CLIENT/CUSTOMER COMMUNICATIONS
  • How to communicate with employees, customers and clients
  • Employee screening protocols and practices
  • Health champions and management leadership
  • Employee self-reporting strategies and quarantines
  • Managing customer expectations
  • Managing remote workforce
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Educators

Listed below are the educators of the training. Many more educators are being added.

Marc Lipsitch

Professor of Epidemiology, Department of Epidemiology, Department of Immunology and Infectious Diseases
Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health

Patrice A. Harris, MD, MA

President
American Medical Association

Peter Pitts

Former FDA Associate Commissioner,
Co-founder and president
Center for Medicine in the Public Interest

Dr. Mohannad Kusti

Corporate Medical Director
United States Steel Corporation

Dr. Mike Osterholm

Director
Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy (CIDRAP)

Dr. Marcelo Laufer, MD

Pediatric Infectious Disease Attending
Nicklaus Children’s Hospital

Dr. Elena Bozzola

Doctor
Bambin Gesù Children Hospital

Adam R. Young

Senior Associate
Seyfarth Shaw LLP

Peter Luongo, PhD

Nonalcoholic Trustee
General Service
Board of A.A.

Raymond J. Fabius MD, DFACPE

Co-founder
HealthNEXT

Cathryn E. Gunther

Vice President
Global Population Health

Karla Grossenbacher

Partner
Seyfarth Shaw LLP

Dr. Susan Frampton

President
Planetree International

Dr. Heitham Hassoun

Vice President & Medical Director, International
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center

Dr. John Louis Lucas

Chief Executive Officer
City International Hospital

Dr. Korpong Rookkapan

Chief Executive Consultant, Head of the COVID-19 Command Center
Bumrungrad International Hospital

Ms. Karen Timmons

Chief Executive Officer
Global Healthcare Accreditation

Dr. Choh Joong Haeng

Director, International Healthcare Center
Seoul National University Bundang Hospital
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78.7%
of employers say that they are not personally trained to handle Coronavirus
66.1%
of employers "have no idea" whether they are liable if an employee gets sick or dies from a transmission that originally occurred in the workplace
60.2%
of companies feel that COVID-19 will impact profits and revenues for their organization
of employees feel their organization should provide masks, disinfectants, gloves or other items to help prevent the spread of infection in the workplace
58.2%
feel they don’t have these items in adequate supply
51.5%
feel they don’t have adequate resources and expertise available to assist them through a Coronavirus infection in the workplace
76.5%
of employers expect COVID-19 to impact employee absenteeism
53.7%
do not have a contingency plan to protect business operations
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