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Also, we have not included our preliminary recommendations today — they are all included in the written submission that you have requested from us. ” This letter contained a warning about the possibility of SARS coming to Canada. Most importantly, the letter set out infection control measures and advice to healthcare workers about how to protect themselves. As far as we know, none of the information about protection of healthcare workers was communicated to workers in any healthcare facility. Why would critical information pertaining to the protection of healthcare workers and infection control practices be sent only to physicians?
And throughout the SARS crisis, we heard of many cases where hospitals appeared either to ignore the directives on fit testing, or to be unaware of them. ” The Occupational Health and Safety Act requires an employer, when appointing a supervisor, to appoint a competent person for the purposes of the Act. The section of the memo just cited caused both unions to question the state of institutional knowledge of the Act and the ability to apply those requirements in respect to the appointment of competent supervisors.
Mexico has already warned that the next flu pandemic will affect the poorer countries disproportionately, and affect the global response capacity. It has long been argued that first world riches were not creating a more level playing field for the third world, that the rising tides were not raising all ships. S. global security over the next 20 years. S. 33 This report goes on to say, development of an effective global surveillance and response system probably is at least a decade away owing to inadequate coordination and funding at the international level and lack of capacity and funds in many developing countries.