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The Top 7 Articles About COVID-19 Pandemic Preparedness
The Top 7 Articles About COVID-19 Pandemic Preparedness
It’s been one year since WHO declared COVID-19 a pandemic. Today, vaccines are being distributed allowing us to return to some state of “normal” soon. However, experts say the next pandemic is closer than we think being prepared is critical.
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Top 5 Articles to Strengthen Your Pandemic Preparedness
Top 5 Articles to Strengthen Your Pandemic Preparedness
We’ve curated a list of the five must-read articles on pandemic preparedness. Each one addresses a key issue addressed in the Pandemic Prepared Certification.
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Seven Important Pandemic Pre-Requisites
Seven Important Pandemic Pre-Requisites
It’s no surprise that in response to the pandemic, many operations implemented new food safety and occupational safety protocols. But, in their pandemic planning, did they negatively impact food safety by forgetting to review existing pre-requisite programs?
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COVID-19 Vaccine Update: Legal & Practical Considerations for Employers
COVID-19 Vaccine Update: Legal & Practical Considerations for Employers
What does the COVID-19 vaccine mean for my employees? Can I mandate the COVID-19 vaccine for my employees?

Get the answers to these frequently asked questions.
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Will a Dry Ice Shortage Impact Your Sanitation Program?
Will a Dry Ice Shortage Impact Your Sanitation Program?
Used to maintain the super-cold temperatures necessary for the transport of Covid-19 vaccines and with vaccines being rolled out over the next few months, demand for dry ice is expected to increase dramatically. This has prompted the question of whether a potential shortage could impact the food manufacturing industry.
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Industrial Packaging is First U.S.-based Company to Achieve Pandemic Prepared Certification
Industrial Packaging is First U.S.-based Company to Achieve Pandemic Prepared Certification
Industrial Packaging, a leading packaging company in the food and beverage supply chain based in Webster, Massachusetts, has become the first company in the U.S. to achieve Pandemic Prepared Certification. Their certification provides assurance for their customers that they are committed to establishing and maintaining industry-recognized best practices for supporting food safety, employee health and business continuity.
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Four Critical Steps to Pandemic Crisis Preparedness
Four Critical Steps to Pandemic Crisis Preparedness
With COVID-19 rapidly advancing around the globe, suddenly, the food and beverage supply chain had to redefine what business continuity meant and how to navigate what had now become a pandemic. Among the many issues companies were dealing with at the time, most were sent scrambling to gather information and the supplies needed to respond to the pressing threat.
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75% of Businesses Miss These COVID-19 Mitigation Measures
75% of Businesses Miss These COVID-19 Mitigation Measures
Ask yourself this: before this year, did your Business Continuity Plan include workforce health measures related to pandemic preparedness? If you were like most operations, COVID-19 caught you off guard and you’ve spent the year trying to address its many pitfalls.
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Almarai is First in the World to Achieve Pandemic Prepared Certification
Almarai is First in the World to Achieve Pandemic Prepared Certification
Almarai Company, a leading food and beverage company and the world’s largest vertically integrated dairy operation, has become the first company in the world to achieve Pandemic Prepared Certification. This proactive measure is testimony to how their operation prepares for the future with this best-in-class protocol benchmark. Even during the ongoing pandemic, Certification provides assurance to their employees, supply chain and consumers that they are committed to establishing and maintaining best practices.
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3 Issues Your Intermittent Operations Plan Should Address
3 Issues Your Intermittent Operations Plan Should Address
Everyone recognizes that it’s better to plan for the worst than to make it up as you go in the middle of a crisis.
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