Pricey for most of us, but should be attended by major reps.

Second National Summit, Hosted by the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy (CIDRAP), University of Minnesota

deadline February 5-6, 2007, in Orlando, Florida.

The implications of an influenza pandemic for businesses are far-reaching and potentially catastrophic. Traditional business risk mitigation, security and disaster response plans for naturally occurring and terrorism-related events are insufficient in preparing a business for pandemic influenza.

What remains untested and unclear for executives responsible for private-sector pandemic preparedness is how other companies and organizations will respond. How stable will today’s public utilities be? Will companies that supply critical parts or services be able to deliver? How many employees will be able to come to work? These unknowns can be confounding enough to bring preparedness activities to a halt.

If you have any questions, please contact the Summit Registration Headquarters
at 1-800-351-0232 or email CIDRAP AT metroconnections DOTcom

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