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ID #:   39268934
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Description:   Survey of CEOs and business leaders. Includes: Employers’ level of precaution in the case of H1N1, Avian Flu, and SARS, In your estimation, has the ability of provincial Ministries of Health to handle potential pandemics improved, remained the same, declined.

If an employee contracted H1N1 through the course of his work, do you think that the employer should be held liable?

Likelihood of a pandemic in the next two years (H1N1- October 2009, Avian Flu - October 2005)

 
Publication Date:   10/5/2009
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Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   10/14/2009
 
 
 
ID #:   39263565
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Description:   Highlights from a study on preparedness for a flu pandemic. Includes: Estimated number of influenza-related hospital admissions that might occur in the first 8 weeks of a mild, moderate & severe pandemic. [Avian Flu, SARS]
 
Publication Date:   12/5/2006
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Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Toronto
 
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Posted/Updated:   12/6/2006
 
 
 
ID #:   39263037
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Description:   % of business executives in Canada feel personally responsible for their company’s disaster preparedness, % fear losing their job if they failed to protect their business in a disaster, % currently have no disaster recovery or business continuity plan in place, % of Canada’s full-time workforce is very confident in their company’s ability to handle a disaster if one were to hit tomorrow.

% of businesses admit their disaster plan is a phone tree, % don’t even know what kind of program they have to deal with a disaster.

% of Canadian executives say it is important for their employees to have 24/7 access to the company network, % of employees walk around the office and chat with co-workers when phone, Internet or email go down at work, % an impromptu smoke break, % take a stroll to the nearest coffee shop.

% business executives consider a man-made IT disaster like a virus or worm to be the greatest threat to their organization going forward, % of employees fear a pandemic outbreak to be of great concern, % say they would not go into work if someone in the office came down with the avian flu, % of Canadians think a terrorist attack is the greatest threat.

% of Canadians business have been affected by a disaster such as a power outage, IT disaster or terrorist threat, according to business executives, % say they are more likely to have a disaster hit their workplace than five years ago

% of Canadian workers are content that the Canadian government is doing everything it can to protect them in case of a disaster, % of executives are not confident that the government has their company’s best interest at heart in case of a disaster.

See latest results: Stats Link Canada ID# 39265297.

 
Publication Date:   9/26/2006
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Posted/Updated:   9/29/2006
 
 
 
ID #:   39262626
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Description:   % of Canadians would not eat chicken or turkey if avian flu were found in poultry in Canada, % would only eat it cooked at home, % would instead eat Beef, Fish/shellfish, Pork, % would not substitute any other meat

% would stop eating out at a restaurant, % would eat out less often, % would not change

% believe that consumption of poultry at restaurants would be unsafe during an avian flu outbreak, % believe they can catch the virus from eating cooked poultry.

 
Publication Date:   6/5/2006
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Posted/Updated:   7/12/2006
 
 
 
ID #:   39261781
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Description:   % of Canadians are concerned about the Avian Flu virus, # and % already stock-piling such items as cash, food, water and medicine as a precaution, % are thinking about doing so, % indicate that they’ll wait until a Bird Flu epidemic actually happens to decide what to do.
 
Publication Date:   3/24/2006
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Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   3/27/2006
 
 
 
ID #:   39261191
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Description:   % of population with available Avian Flu treatment (selected countries including Canada), # of dispensed prescriptions for Tamiflu in Canadian pharmacies in Oct 31, 2005 vs. 2004, Amount spent by hospitals and pharmacies for Tamiflu in the last 12 months vs. 2004.
 
Publication Date:   1/9/2006
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Posted/Updated:   1/10/2006
 
 
 
ID #:   39260600
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Description:   % of Canadians concerns about the possibility of a bird flu epidemic, % concerned about the shortage of medicines and vaccines (Avian flu)
 
Publication Date:   11/3/2005
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Posted/Updated:   11/4/2005
 
 
 
ID #:   39260586
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Description:   Survey of business leaders. Includes: Do you expect an avian flu pandemic in Canada within two years? Does Canada have enough pills to treat the disease? If pills were distributed unfairly who would benefit the most (e.g. Top hospital executives and their families, Top health ministry officials, Top pharmaceutical executives and their families), Aware of any companies that have acquired pills for their staff

Is your company prepared to handle large scale absenteeism due to Avian flu, Are companies better prepared to deal with Avian flu than they were with SARS.

 
Publication Date:   10/31/2005
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Posted/Updated:   10/31/2005
 
 
 

 

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