The current COVID-19 pandemic has profoundly affected us all – the way we live, the way we do business and the way we travel. But this is the new normal and we need to learn to adapt and safely co-exist with both this virus and those that may develop in the future.
COVID-19 cases are on the rise again in Australia and New Zealand – are you prepared? Now is the time to review your COVID-safe plans and policies.
No matter how big or small your business is we can assist you in developing and implementing an outbreak risk mitigation and management framework that will allow you to stay in control and guide your operations as the infectious disease risk changes over time, to allow businesses to stay safe and stay open and avoid costly lockdowns.
Our wealth of frontline experience in managing infectious disease outbreaks, including Ebola, Diphtheria, Measles and the current COVID-19 pandemic, means that we can provide comprehensive advice and support in how to plan for an infectious disease outbreak response, planning for quarantine management and the establishment of required infrastructure, and planning for immunisation implementation.
As part of our disease outbreak response service provision to clients, we can provide planning advice and support in any number of areas, from conducting risk assessments to training and executing simulations, that will allow businesses to stay in control and guide their operations as the infectious disease risk changes over time.
Respond Global is uniquely placed to help with the designs, plans and operational management of quarantine, treatment, or displaced person facilities, ensuring that they meet international infection prevention and control (IPC) standards at every level, and providing reassurance across each operational team, from healthcare to catering and logistics.
We can provide training and planning assistance, implementation management, and technical and logistical support to local healthcare teams who are supporting and delivering vaccine rollouts, including during the current COVID-19 pandemic. We focus on building local capacity to deliver programs in-country, supported by global experts in immunisation delivery. We can also assist in developing risk communication plans at industry, national and international levels.