Our experienced, Board Certified physicians/legal experts are here help you make COVID-19 business decisions. Common requests:
Emergency University can provide your team with advice and/or templates to facilitate your return to work planning. Assistance with temperature screening protocols, PPE, maintaining social distancing at workplaces, personal and facility sanitation recommendations, staggered staffing, and importantly preparing your workforce to return to work.
We ensure that you meet your country/state and local requirements, while maintaining your corporate business needs and philosophy. For international locations, EU can assist you with meeting country specific requirements for workers who are now at home either temporarily or for the foreseeable future, as well as assist your return to work planning based on country specific requirements.
Emergency University’s experienced academic physicians have been studying the available literature on Coronavirus on a daily basis since early January of 2020.
Our physicians have analyzed and compiled the available knowledge and will provide you with a professional, reliable briefing that clearly articulates what is currently understood about the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, and what we still do not fully understand. By laying out the basic principles and observed trends, corporate decision makers can make informed decisions regarding their business.
Developing a crisis management pandemic plan is critical to maintaining the health of your workforce, and minimizing business disruptions.
EU will collaborate with you to define your team, their responsibilities and establish policies including: reporting mechanisms, internal and external communication triggers, reducing the risk of introducing disease into your workplace, managing affected personnel, coordinating efforts with public health officials and dynamic travel, isolation, quarantine and return to work policies.
Facility needs will differ depending on geographic location, size, and the type of work performed. EU will develop action plans that inform, as well as provide local managers and staff with an understanding of their responsibilities, easy to follow workflows, and the resources they need to execute and achieve the goals of the defined corporate strategy.
Effective and efficient company-wide communication during crisis in your business is imperative. EU’s user-friendly notification system provides the crisis management team with the ability to simply and rapidly communicate critical updates as the pandemic evolves. Messages can be sent out by email, text, app notifications or voice messages. Whether you need to communicate with a small team of individuals, several teams, or the entire workforce, effective communication is just clicks away.
Emergency University has developed an Airborne Pathogens Program that lists the steps one should to take in order to minimize transmission, within the household and at work. This personal protection package will explain “why” our recommended actions works, as well as “what” precautions should be embraced.
Coping with Pandemic Isolation:
This program addresses the likelihood that isolation (working at home) adds to mental stress, to the already stressful conditions that exist during the coronavirus pandemic. Anxiety and fear, relating to potential illness, financial worries, and job worries already exist and will be exacerbated as our social interactions are reduced.
The outbreak of the coronavirus disease and it’s highly contagious nature has led to companies sending their people home to continue work. Most corporations understand that an ergonomically sound workstation boosts productivity. Designing a workspace that promotes good posture, less repetitive motions, easier heights and reaches, and less exertion nurtures a more efficient work process.
Feevr enables you to identify individuals with a fever - an indicating symptom of a infectious disease - efficiently and effectively – without making direct body contact, minimizing the risk of cross-contamination.
Captures & alerts automatically when an individual's temperature reaches and/or goes above the input threshold.