City of Saskatoon. Pandemic Education for Civic Employees. Session Objectives. Review Basic Influenza facts Projected impact to the Citizens of Saskatoon and the COS The Concept of the COS Pandemic Plan Departmental Pandemic Policy Review Questions . Objective 1. Basic Pandemic Influenza
Pandemic Education for Civic Employees
Basic Pandemic Influenza
Before and after eating
After going to the bathroom
After coughing and sneezing
After shaking hands
After touching surfaces that may be contaminated
Expect to stay away from work for 7days or 24 hours
after you are symptom free
Pandemic Influenza impact on Saskatoon
Its important to recognize the potential for the Pandemic to impact our professional and personal routines.
Services you normally count on may not be available for short periods of time.
Employees should consider taking both the seasonal flu shot as well as the pandemic H1N1 flu shot when it becomes available.
Seasonal flushots will be offered at the City
as they have in past
Conceptual Review: The City of Saskatoon Public Health Plan
Influenza Assessment Tool/Survey:
Participating with Sick / Fit Reporting is the key to successfully communicating the City of Saskatoon's service capacity internally as well as to the citizens of Saskatoon.
The most important part of the plan is YOU
Contact Health Promotion Consultant for more info on:
3. Link to Food Guide Online:
Provincial Health Information Line: 1-877-800-0002
Personal Preparedness for your Home
Departmental Pandemic Policy Review
Business Continuity Policy: