All of us at BioForward are evaluating both short- and long-term plans in response to the changing conditions surrounding the spread of the novel coronavirus, and we know our members are too-- we know member companies are actively responding as employers by developing policies to limit the spread of the disease and protect their employees. Here are some tips about laws and best practices for those who need them.
U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation has developed a resilience program based on best practices designed to educate business leaders on disaster preparedness and business resilience.
Baker Tilly has launched a high value, free tool that can help you assess the current impact of the crisis on your organization, understand your level of preparedness, and uncover and mitigate potential risks.
The World Health Organization has prepared a “Strategic Preparedness and Response Plan” for businesses dealing with coronavirus concerns.
Baker Tilly is well positioned to negotiate and help with some key issues specifically affecting the medical device and pharmaceutical areas. They also have a great webinar series to help businesses.
Flad has provided this useful document to help companies learn more about their spaces and pandemic response.
Laughlin Constable informs businesses how to be a reliable source of information, communicate action and preparedness, and they provide PR and marketing tips about how to present your company in a positive light.
BioForward is proud of our members and the abundance of knowledge and resources they are putting towards this effort both locally and globally. The Wisconsin biohealth industry has a wealth of top talent working on the front line because we know they can and will save lives. Below is a list of local companies and how they are responding. Update us on your efforts and we will add you to the list.