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Swine Flu 2009

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Presentation given at New Jersey ASSE PDC on September 22, 2009 at Hoffman-LaRoche and NJCIC Meeting H&S Group on Nov 2009 at my plant.

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Swine Flu 2009

  1. 1. Swine Flu
  2. 2. AKA
  3. 3. Why called Swine Flu ? Actual Flu Virus
  4. 4. Pig (2), Bird (1) and Human (1)
  5. 5. Why variations ? DNA People RNA Flu Virus
  6. 6. It’s the flu you see, things you need to know
  7. 7. Before School Ended…. There had been a fair number of Swine flu cases
  8. 8. World Health Organization 6/11/09
  9. 9. School has started…. and Swine Flu is on the rise again
  10. 10. 11/13/09 503,000 cases 6260 deaths These numbers are way low
  11. 11. 11/12/09 22 Million cases 3900 deaths and these numbers are a guess
  12. 12. Seasonal Flu 6 – 12 months to work it’s way around the world
  13. 13. Pandemic Flu 1 – 3 months to show up everywhere in the world
  14. 14. 1918 (Spanish Flu) H1N1 Flu 1 billion infected 30-70 Million deaths
  15. 15. 1957 (Asian Flu) Bird Flu 100 million infected 2 Million deaths
  16. 16. 1968 (Hong Kong Flu) Swine Flu 50 million infected 1 Million deaths
  17. 17. Who at risk - Seasonal Very Young Elderly # of Deaths Seasonal
  18. 18. Who at risk - H1N1 Very Young Elderly Up to 25 year old # of Deaths H1N1 Seasonal
  19. 19. Underlining Issues
  20. 21. If you get both… Swine Flu Seasonal
  21. 22. Cold Sore Throat Fever Stuffy Nose Body Aches Sneezing Coughing Coughing Tired Gradual Sudden Vs. Flu
  22. 23. When Contagious <ul><li>0 to 4 days after sick </li></ul>
  23. 24. Symptoms <ul><li>1 - 4 days after infection </li></ul>You’ll feel, well … like this
  24. 25. Fever > 100.5 F see a doctor talk to
  25. 26. Testing for Swine Flu <ul><li>Within first 2 to 4 days of infection </li></ul>
  26. 27. Anti-Virals <ul><li>Tamiflu – Oral </li></ul><ul><li>Relenza – Inhalation </li></ul><ul><li>Need a prescription </li></ul><ul><li>Check with Doctor </li></ul>
  27. 28. Use within 1-3 days of being sick
  28. 29. Check about anti-virals Especially if you have kids
  29. 30. Keep Informed http://www.cdc.gov/h1n1flu/
  30. 31. But there are precautions, you see
  31. 32. <ul><li>Sneeze/Cough (20%) </li></ul><ul><li>Direct Contact (80%) </li></ul>
  32. 33. So Better to Wash Your Hands…
  33. 34. ...And Wash Them A lot
  34. 35. Sing Happy Birthday to You x2 How long to wash ? My Son 
  35. 36. Dispense Towel First Wash Hands Then Use Towel
  36. 37. Consider Auto Units <ul><li>Look Mom – No Hands </li></ul>
  37. 38. Wipe down Work Areas
  38. 39. Wipe down Phones
  39. 40. Wipe down Radios
  40. 41. Wipe down keyboards <ul><li>And your little mouse too! </li></ul>
  41. 42. Wipe down Doorknobs <ul><li>Virus can live </li></ul><ul><li>2 – 8 hrs </li></ul>
  42. 43. Avoid Handshakes
  43. 44. Avoid Sharing Pens
  44. 45. Avoid Crowds
  45. 46. Avoid Flying Check for issues in other countries
  46. 47. Avoid Touching
  47. 48. <ul><li>No point really </li></ul>Not effective against microorganisms
  48. 49. Washing Hands >> Wearing Mask
  49. 50. Of course, a suit like this might work But most of us don’t have one of these in the house
  50. 51. Use Separate Cups Including Bathrooms at home
  51. 52. Keep Tooth Brushes Apart
  52. 53. Minimize contact with sick people
  53. 54. Social Distancing
  54. 55. The Swan Way 3 to 6 feet
  55. 56. Dispose of Tissues
  56. 57. Don’t use handkerchiefs Sherman Billingsley 1900 – 1966
  57. 58. Cover Sneezes & Coughs Even if no one else around
  58. 59. Proper Sneezing
  59. 60. Washing vs. Rubs vs. Wipes
  60. 61. Min 60% Ethanol
  61. 62. Pools <ul><li>2-5 ppm Chloride enough </li></ul>
  62. 63. Use Sanitize <ul><li>Ok to wash together </li></ul>
  63. 64. Cooking <ul><li>Virus killed by heat at 167 F </li></ul>
  64. 65. Pork is ok to eat
  65. 66. Get Enough Sleep
  66. 67. Avoid Alcohol
  67. 68. Immune System for the Win <ul><li>Eat Fruits & Veggies </li></ul><ul><li>Take Vitamins </li></ul>
  68. 69. Be Active
  69. 70. But you got to take these shots, you see
  70. 71. For Pigs - Yes
  71. 72. Pick 3 strains Buy eggs Eggs inoculated with virus Jan Feb May Aug Sep Oct Seasonal Vaccine Timeline July June Apr Mar
  72. 73. Grows in eggs Inactivated Harvested Tested for purity, potency & safety Jan Feb May Aug Sep Oct Seasonal Vaccine Timeline July June Apr Mar
  73. 74. 3 vaccine strains blended Packaged Released Shipped Jan Feb May Aug Sep Oct Seasonal Vaccine Timeline July June Apr Mar
  74. 75. Immunization begins Jan Feb May Aug Sep Oct Seasonal Vaccine Timeline July June Apr Mar
  75. 76. Swine Flu Vaccine Timeline Mid-June – Start Mid-Oct – First Vaccines 4 vs. 10 months
  76. 77. For Humans FDA Approved 9/15/09 …and only 1 dose
  77. 78. CDC’s Strategic National Stockpile First Vaccines Shipped Oct 12
  78. 79. 37 Million shipped 11/12/09
  79. 80. Oct-Nov Seasonal Vaccines
  80. 81. Dec-Jan H1N1
  81. 82. Seasonal Flu Timing April # of Cases Oct Jan April Oct
  82. 83. Swine Flu Waves April # of Cases Oct Jan April Oct
  83. 84. New Shots Needed <ul><li>Past flu shots do not help </li></ul><ul><li>2 different shots needed </li></ul>
  84. 85. 30-35%
  85. 86. 65-70%
  86. 87. 40-45%
  87. 88. Immunization Goal 90%
  88. 89. We got procedures too, you see
  89. 90. Company Policy Allow flexibility if sick Provide vaccinations Get Rubs, Wipes and Auto Towel Dispensers
  90. 91. Locations of Anti-Bacterials <ul><li>Bathrooms </li></ul><ul><li>Lunchrooms </li></ul><ul><li>Control Rooms </li></ul><ul><li>Offices </li></ul><ul><li>Guard Houses </li></ul>
  91. 92. What to do ? If you get Sick
  92. 93. Stay Home Let Company Know
  93. 94. Eat Well
  94. 95. Drink Lots of Water
  95. 96. Wash Hands Alot
  96. 97. When OK to Return <ul><li>No fever for </li></ul><ul><li>24 hours </li></ul>
  97. 98. If Driver sick <ul><li>Have them stay in cab </li></ul>What to do ?
  98. 99. Guard House Main interface with the outside world
  99. 100. What to do ? If Child is sick
  100. 101. Keep Kids Home & Busy
  101. 102. See a Doctor
  102. 103. That’s all I’ve got, so go and fight the good fight.
  103. 104. Wash Your Hands
  104. 105. Talk to your Doctor
  105. 106. Get Flu Shots – all of them
  106. 107. Stay Home if Fever
  107. 108. So be Prepared…
  108. 109. … and don’t go to pieces….
  109. 110. … for him
  110. 111. WHY
  111. 112. BECAUSE
  112. 113. Prevention >> Cure
  113. 114. But let’s not forget - Patient Zero
  114. 115. The End

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