Until you have been fever-free for at least 24 hours without the use of fever-reducing medications.
Until you have been fever-free for at least 48 hours without the use of fever-reducing medications.
Until you have submitted a note from your doctor to Human Resources, stating you are free of symptoms.
Yes, the seasonal flu vaccine will help combat H1N1.
No, the seasonal flu does not protect against the H1N1 strain
Their home will serve as your family’s meeting place.
If my loved ones and I are separated and local phone circuits are busy, it might be easier to make long-distance contacts.
A drawer with flashlights and batteries, bottled water in the basement and a first-aid kit in the bathroom.
A bin with flashlights and batteries, bottled water, canned foods and a first-aid kit.
Water to last three days, a battery-powered radio and flashlights with extra batteries; non-perishable foods; a first-aid kit; extra medications; and a portable "go" bag at home and in the car.
In the directory of emergency response plans by location on the Intranet.
Ask your office location’s security desk.
On the bulletin board in our office’s pantry/kitchen.
Call The McGraw-Hill Companies Incident Notification Line at 866-810-0436 if the incident has not yet been reported.
Listen for instructions from the Emergency Response Team on evacuation, shelter-in-place, or finding a safe haven.
Find a buddy.
All of the above.