This guidance (dated 22 October 2009) relates to the recent A(H1N1) Swine Flu pandemic and was been updated as our collective understanding of the virus and its impact continues to improve.
To assist local planners in their planning and preparations for an influenza pandemic central government has developed a tool to facilitate the application of National Planning assumptions to the local setting.
Introductory material on pandemic influenza for Businesses and other Organisations to help you communicate with your staff
Overarching Government Strategy to respond to an Influenza Pandemic - Analysis of the scientific evidence base
Applying behavioural insight to health, a discussion paper written by the Behavioural Insights Team in the Cabinet Office, draws on insights from behavioural science and behavioural economics and shows ways in which health improvements can be made without resorting to legislation or costly programmes.
A report by Lord Young of Graffham to the Prime Minister following a Whitehall wide review of the operation of health and safety laws and the growth of the compensation culture.
Reports providing brief commentary on the Cabinet Office sick absence results
This Guidance provides information and advice for Category 1 and 2
responders under the Act, and planners more broadly, engaged in contingency
planning against the risk of an influenza pandemic.