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SINGAPORE - Businesses have an obligation of duty of care for the health, safety and security of their employees. A pandemic preparedness plan outlines how an organisation can mitigate risks posed by a pandemic on their employees, minimise the impact of a pandemic on the business itself, and facilitate swift resumption of activities at a later stage.
In International SOS’ recent global survey on return to operations, it found that almost two in three respondents with pre-existing pandemic plans found these effective in reducing the impact of COVID-19 on their business.