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Pandemic Preparedness:
Guidance for Building Owners and Managers

On Demand
Presented by Buildings and BOMA International

 

Experts are predicting a reemergence of the H1N1 Flu Virus, commonly referred to as Swine Flu, this Fall. It´s important to review your pandemic preparedness plans for your building, so that you protect yourself, your tenants and your building. Join us for this Webinar and learn best practices for preparing multitenant buildings for pandemic flu.

 

Learning Objectives
  • Find out exactly what H1N1 (swine flu) is, what the symptoms are, how it´s similar to and different from other flus and whether or not it is contagious.
  • Discover what a Pandemic Flu is and why it’s important to be prepared for an outbreak.
  • Review the responsibilities of both landlords and tenants in terms of building access and building service provisions—especially in multitenant buildings.
  • Gain insights on what, how and when to communicate with tenants, building services providers and building visitors.
  • Examine best practices for engaging building service contractors, including cleaning contractors, before, during and after a pandemic.
  • Discuss strategies for evaluating information about public threat levels and determining what steps to take to ensure the safety of your tenants.

 

For more info: webinars@stamats.com

 

Speakers

 

  Tara K. Gorman, Esq., from Greenberg Traurig, LLP, Washington, DC.
Co-Author of "Inoculate Your Building: Landlord's Responsibilities in the Event of an Outbreak of H1N1 aka Swine Flu," featured on the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) website, May 2009  
     
     
    Joseph B. Donovan, Senior Vice President, Beacon Capital Partners.
Mr. Donovan oversees and directs the emergency and response programs for Beacon Capital Partners’ 30 million SF portfolio within the United States; London, England; and Paris, France.  He works with 17 real estate management companies to develop and execute emergency and crisis management programs. He has assumed responsibility for BOMA International’s preparedness committee and is currently working to reorganize this group with key goals to build working relationships with key industry associations.

 

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