Pandemics aren’t your usual business disruption. Unfolding over months, these events require an extra set of activities that include consultations with epidemiologists, critical role identification and third-party evaluations. 

When a new coronavirus strain emerged in China in late-2019, it was the latest reminder — like SARS, MERS, and H1N1 before it — that companies need to plan and prepare for large-scale outbreaks of a dangerous disease, or other potential large scale disruptions that could impact your business.