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Preparing for Return to Operations in a New Norm

18 MAY

APAC

Synopsis

The COVID-19 pandemic is forcing organisations to re-think the way they manage the health and safety of their workforce. As the Asia region begins decrease restrictions, how do businesses prepare for return to operations in the new norm?

International SOS has been supporting thousands of organisations and their people to combat the COVID-19 pandemic together. Join us as Regional Medical Director, Dr Greg Jakubowski, and Security Director, Aditya Luthra, share :

  • Asia situational update on COVID-19
  • Understanding the Pandemic Curve and its implications for organisations
  • Workforce risk management learnings and best practices along the different stages of the pandemic curve
  • Planning, Containment, Mitigation & Recovery
  • The rising security angle
  • Elements of a holistic and robust return to operations strategy

Speakers / Moderators

Dr Greg Jakubowski

Regional Medical Director Asia
International SOS

Aditya Luthra

Security Director, Security Solutions, Asia Pacific
International SOS

Steve Tunstall

General Secretary
PARIMA

Event Summary

With the current situation seemingly getting better, many countries are starting to ease mobility restrictions. Amidst the backdrop of a strong probability of a second wave, rising social unrest and crime rates, businesses are starting to prepare for their return to operations. But what does the new normal look like? The presenters provided practical and tactical advice on planning all aspects before & during implementation and making sure that standard procedures are being maintained. They also encouraged risk managers to accept that we will be living in the new normal and focus on the things we can do now, which is to mitigate the spread of the disease. 

Some questions raised by the audience: Should we invest our hopes in certain medicines that promise to be effective against COVID-19? Is there any way to avoid the second wave?

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