Infectious Disease Preparedness and Response Plan

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Price includes Plan Document and up to 2 hours of consulting to customize your plan with experts at Regulatory Compliance Associates, Inc.

EAF Members – $599
Non-Members – $799
(includes S&H, but NOT Sales Tax)


The CDC and OSHA have highly recommended that employers develop a customized Infectious Disease Preparedness and Response Plan. NOW is the time to do so. BE PRO-ACTIVE, NOT REACTIVE! Gain peace of mind, save time and money deciphering the various guidance into a meaningful plan for your business that will protect your workers, customers and the general public.

Highlights of the Plan Include:

  • Plan is specifically designed for your facility – contingent upon your type of business and will establish Short & Long-term goals and objectives, as appropriate
  • Define administrative duties, roles and responsibilities
  • Determine critical business processes
  • Analyze the business impact of exposure risks to your employees
  • Analyze the changing demand and ability to provide your products and/or services
  • Establish effective communication procedures, methods, and training to ensure employees understand their responsibilities, and what protective measures they can take during an outbreak
  • Determine procedures for ensuring inventories and supplies are not depleted due to supply chain disruption
  • Set procedures to ensure technology infrastructure needs will perform effectively
  • Establish procedures for optimal air circulation and filtration systems
  • Set procedures for housekeeping, hygiene and personal protective equipment
  • Determine the social distancing measures to be used at your facility.
  • Review travel restrictions, if appropriate, for travel into or out of geographic locations
  • Establish procedures for employee health screenings and medical surveillance
  • Determine how sick leave and time off benefits will be managed during a declared outbreak
  • Establish stress management measures for employees
  • Consider security measures to protect company property and employees
  • Set up post-outbreak measures, including plan evaluations

Pat LaPoint – President & CEO of Regulatory Compliance Associates, Inc. (RegComp). For over 42 years, Pat has been developing programs and teaching regulatory compliance workshops pertaining to governmental laws and regulations (EPA, OSHA and DOT) for various Industries, U.S. Naval Air Stations, U.S. Customs Service and the U.S. Public Health Service.

She writes comprehensive workshop manuals and comprehensive site specific employee training programs, and audits corporate programs throughout the U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico. She also conducts compliance gap assessments at clients’ facilities and negotiates with regulators to reduce fines and penalties. Pat has been featured in INC. Magazine, SMALL BUSINESS REPORTS, CENTRAL FLORIDA Magazine and has been described as of one of America’s most successful entrepreneurs in the fields of hazardous waste management and regulatory compliance. She has trained employees from some of our country’s smallest and largest companies on aspects of the EPA, OSHA and DOT regulations.

NOTE: As officials across the United States give the “green light” to retail, restaurants, and other business to reopen their doors, OSHA has announced it will bolster its in-person inspections. Staff has been directed to prioritize COVID-19 inspections, as well as utilize all historical enforcement tools, such as the General Duty Clause – Section 5(a)(1) which required employers to provide their employees with a safe and healthful workplace free from recognized hazards likely to cause death or serious physical harm.