Where’d Everyone Go? Managing Communicable Illness
Presented by: Missan Eido and Blair Neville
For: Administrators of Schools and Teacher Education
Available: On Demand for AMS Members. Log in and watch now.
Whether the recent outbreaks of measles and coronavirus, or the annual and inevitable cold and flu season, when health scares make the news, the need for more robust communicable illness planning becomes even more apparent. In addition to the health impact of communicable illness, school and program communities can also be affected by a number of related difficulties ranging from health care accessibility, transportation, basic needs availability, and family health responsibilities.
Your organization’s exposures are unique and the time you have to respond to a risk or threat is very limited. You need to have an action plan in place before a crisis strikes.
- Learn how to address communicable illness preparedness.
- Manage crisis communications during an event.
- Reduce infection opportunities.
- Create contingency plans for communicable illness.
- Prepare for student and employee absenteeism, potential lost revenue, and increased operating costs.
About the Presenters
Missan Eido and Blair Neville are principals with Firestorm Crisis Management Solutions. They work to develop step-by-step processes, tools, and procedures in planning for and managing disasters and crises. AMS has partnered with Firestorm to support our members and community. School members receive a free preparedness self-assessment, a free 1-hour consultation, and other complimentary benefits. For more details, see our AMS School Membership webpage.