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MANAGEMENT OF A SUSPECTED CASE OF COMMUNICABLE DISEASE ON BOARD • Cabin Crew Procedure : A communicable diseases suspected when a traveler (passenger or a crewmember) has a fever (temperature of 38°C/100°F or greater)associated with one or more of the following signs or symptoms: • Appearing obviously unwell -Persistent vomiting • Persistent coughing -Skin rash • Impaired breathing -Bruising or bleeding without previous injury • Persistent diarrhea -Confusion of recent onset MANAGEMENT OF A SUSPECTED CASE OF COMMUNICABLE DISEASE ON BOARD • Cabin Crew Procedure Cont. • Ask the ill traveler where he/she has travelled in the last 21 days and if he/she has lived in the same household or has had contact with a person sick with a communicable disease . • If medical support from the ground is available, contact them immediately and/orpage for medical assistance on board (as per company policy). • If medical ground support and/or on board health professional is available, crew should follow their medical advice accordingly. • If no medical support is available, and if possible, try to relocate the adjacent passengers leaving a space of two meters (6 feet) between the ill passenger and the other passengers. If no seats are available, consider giving PPE to the adjacent passengers. • Designate one cabin crew member to look after the ill traveler, preferably the crew member that has already been dealing with this traveler. More than one cabin crew member may be necessary if more care is required MANAGEMENT OF A SUSPECTED CASE OF COMMUNICABLE DISEASE ON BOARD • Cabin Crew Procedure Cont. • Designate a specific lavatory for the exclusive use of the ill traveler and use appropriate signage on the door . • If the ill traveler cannot tolerate a mask or refuses it, the designated cabin crew member(s) or any person in close contact (less than 1 meter) with the ill person should wear a mask.
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Score: 646108.94 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...ine%20emergency%20Response.pdf
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That is why I am happy to see that TDR, UNICEF and UNDP are highlighting the role of the private sector in child health in low- and middle-income countries” Phyllis AworMakerere University’s School of Public Health Specifically, the SIHI innovation in Uganda that was included in the proposal is “ Drug Shop Integrated Management of Childhood Illness ,” managed by Phyllis Awor of Makerere University’s School of Public Health, who leads the SIHI Uganda hub . (...) “Over the past 10 years, our research has shown that introducing integrated management of childhood illnesses in the private sector contributes to improved child health outcomes. (...) Related links Full update on all SIHI activities from Q3 and Q4 of 2019 Video: Drug Shop Management of Childhood Illness, Uganda View presentation by Dr Phyllis Awor : "Social innovation to advance universal health coverage in Uganda through research, capacity and advocacy" pdf, 1.35Mb You are here: TDR News and events 2020 News and press releases © WHO 2022 More about our sponsors Contact us Special Programme for Research and Training in Tropical Diseases (TDR)
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Score: 645441.55 - https://www.who.int/tdr/news/2...nnovation-childhood-ilness/en/
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International Softwood Conference Helsinki, Finland, 16-17 October 2008 Photo: NTC Photo: Stora Enso Photo: Stora Enso Photos: Metsäliitto and Vapo China’s forest products production 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 M ill io n m 3 or m .t . Roundwood m3 Sawnwood m3 Woodpulp m.t. (...) America 500 550 600 650 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 m ill io n m 3 Removals Consumption Source: UNECE/FAO Timber Database & forecasts International Softwood Conference Helsinki, Finland, 16-17 October 2008 Photo: NTC Photo: Stora Enso Photo: Stora Enso Photos: Metsäliitto and Vapo Industrial roundwood – N. America 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 M ill io n m 3 Imports Exports Source: UNECE/FAO Timber Database & forecasts International Softwood Conference Helsinki, Finland, 16-17 October 2008 Photo: NTC Photo: Stora Enso Photo: Stora Enso Photos: Metsäliitto and Vapo Industrial roundwood – Russia 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 180 200 19921993 19941995 199619971998 19992000200120022003200420052006200720082009 M ill io n m 3 Removals Consumption Source: UNECE/FAO Timber Database & forecasts International Softwood Conference Helsinki, Finland, 16-17 October 2008 Photo: NTC Photo: Stora Enso Photo: Stora Enso Photos: Metsäliitto and Vapo Industrial roundwood – Russia 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 M ill io n m 3 Imports Exports -25% -21% -16% Source: UNECE/FAO Timber Database & forecasts International Softwood Conference Helsinki, Finland, 16-17 October 2008 Photo: NTC Photo: Stora Enso Photo: Stora Enso Photos: Metsäliitto and Vapo IV.
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Score: 645360.5 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...PepkeSoftwoodMarkets171008.pdf
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​Socio-economic costs of work-related injuries and illnesses: Building synergies between Occupational Safety and Health and Productivity Skip to main content ILO Advancing social justice, promoting decent work ILO is a specialized agency of the United Nations italiano Countries Topics Sectors Search ilo.org Search ilo.org Menu Home About the ILO Newsroom Meetings and events Publications Research Labour standards Statistics and databases Contact Us ILO-Rome The ILO and Italy The ILO and San Marino Useful links Contact us ILO-Rome ​Socio-economic costs of work-related injuries and illnesses: Building synergies between ... ​Socio-economic costs of work-related injuries and illnesses: Building synergies between Occupational Safety and Health and Productivity ​A presentation by Nancy Leppink, Chief, Labour Administration, Labour Inspection and Occupational Safety and Health Branch, ILO, to the INAIL Seminar on «The costs of non-safety», held during the 16th OSH Fair in Bologna (Italy), on 14 October 2015.
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Score: 645171.7 - https://www.ilo.org/rome/risor...WCMS_415603/lang--en/index.htm
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​Socio-economic costs of work-related injuries and illnesses: Building synergies between Occupational Safety and Health and Productivity Skip to main content ILO Advancing social justice, promoting decent work ILO is a specialized agency of the United Nations italiano Countries Topics Sectors Search ilo.org Search ilo.org Menu Home About the ILO Newsroom Meetings and events Publications Research Labour standards Statistics and databases Contact Us ILO-Rome The ILO and Italy The ILO and San Marino Useful links Contact us ILO-Rome ​Socio-economic costs of work-related injuries and illnesses: Building synergies between ... ​Socio-economic costs of work-related injuries and illnesses: Building synergies between Occupational Safety and Health and Productivity ​A presentation by Nancy Leppink, Chief, Labour Administration, Labour Inspection and Occupational Safety and Health Branch, ILO, to the INAIL Seminar on «The costs of non-safety», held during the 16th OSH Fair in Bologna (Italy), on 14 October 2015.
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Score: 645171.7 - www.ilo.org/rome/risors...WCMS_415603/lang--en/index.htm
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Every year, 600 million people fall sick as a result of around 200 different types of foodborne illness. The burden of such illness falls most heavily on the poor and on the young. In addition, foodborne illness is responsible for 420 000 preventable deaths every year. World Food Safety Day is an important way of: making people aware of food safety issues demonstrating how to prevent illness through food safety discussing collaborative approaches to improved food safety across sectors promoting solutions and ways of being more food safe WFSD Homepage Slogan and theme Promotional material How to participate Events News Background Events 11 March 2021 GFSI to host webinar about public and private sectors teaming up for safe food 11 May 2021 Azerbaijan launches awareness-raising campaign Azerbaijan 30 May 2021 Celebrating World Food Safety Day in Jamaica Jamaica 01 June 2021 Join the 2021 #WorldFoodSafetyDay Twitter chat Global Contact us About us Copyright / Disclaimer Login Circular Letters Sitemap Help FAQs Regional Committees Africa (CCAFRICA) Asia (CCASIA) Europe (CCEURO) Latin America and the Caribbean (CCLAC) North America and South West Pacific (CCNASWP) Near East (CCNE) Follow us on     © FAO/WHO, 2022
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Score: 644858.74 - https://www.fao.org/fao-who-co...us/wfsd-2021/wfsd-homepage/it/
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Every year, 600 million people fall sick as a result of around 200 different types of foodborne illness. The burden of such illness falls most heavily on the poor and on the young. In addition, foodborne illness is responsible for 420 000 preventable deaths every year. World Food Safety Day is an important way of: making people aware of food safety issues demonstrating how to prevent illness through food safety discussing collaborative approaches to improved food safety across sectors promoting solutions and ways of being more food safe WFSD Homepage Slogan and theme Promotional material How to participate Events News Background Events 11 March 2021 GFSI to host webinar about public and private sectors teaming up for safe food 11 May 2021 Azerbaijan launches awareness-raising campaign Azerbaijan 30 May 2021 Celebrating World Food Safety Day in Jamaica Jamaica 01 June 2021 Join the 2021 #WorldFoodSafetyDay Twitter chat Global Contact us About us Copyright / Disclaimer Login Circular Letters Sitemap Help FAQs Regional Committees Africa (CCAFRICA) Asia (CCASIA) Europe (CCEURO) Latin America and the Caribbean (CCLAC) North America and South West Pacific (CCNASWP) Near East (CCNE) Follow us on     © FAO/WHO, 2022
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Score: 644858.74 - https://www.fao.org/fao-who-co...d-safety-day/wfsd-homepage/de/
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Every year, 600 million people fall sick as a result of around 200 different types of foodborne illness. The burden of such illness falls most heavily on the poor and on the young. In addition, foodborne illness is responsible for 420 000 preventable deaths every year. World Food Safety Day is an important way of: making people aware of food safety issues demonstrating how to prevent illness through food safety discussing collaborative approaches to improved food safety across sectors promoting solutions and ways of being more food safe WFSD Homepage Slogan and theme Promotional material How to participate Events News Background Events 11 March 2021 GFSI to host webinar about public and private sectors teaming up for safe food 11 May 2021 Azerbaijan launches awareness-raising campaign Azerbaijan 30 May 2021 Celebrating World Food Safety Day in Jamaica Jamaica 01 June 2021 Join the 2021 #WorldFoodSafetyDay Twitter chat Global Contact us About us Copyright / Disclaimer Login Circular Letters Sitemap Help FAQs Regional Committees Africa (CCAFRICA) Asia (CCASIA) Europe (CCEURO) Latin America and the Caribbean (CCLAC) North America and South West Pacific (CCNASWP) Near East (CCNE) Follow us on     © FAO/WHO, 2022
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Score: 644858.74 - https://www.fao.org/fao-who-co...us/wfsd-2021/wfsd-homepage/jp/
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Every year, 600 million people fall sick as a result of around 200 different types of foodborne illness. The burden of such illness falls most heavily on the poor and on the young. In addition, foodborne illness is responsible for 420 000 preventable deaths every year. World Food Safety Day is an important way of: making people aware of food safety issues demonstrating how to prevent illness through food safety discussing collaborative approaches to improved food safety across sectors promoting solutions and ways of being more food safe WFSD Homepage Slogan and theme Promotional material How to participate Events News Background Events 11 March 2021 GFSI to host webinar about public and private sectors teaming up for safe food 11 May 2021 Azerbaijan launches awareness-raising campaign Azerbaijan 30 May 2021 Celebrating World Food Safety Day in Jamaica Jamaica 01 June 2021 Join the 2021 #WorldFoodSafetyDay Twitter chat Global Contact us About us Copyright / Disclaimer Login Circular Letters Sitemap Help FAQs Regional Committees Africa (CCAFRICA) Asia (CCASIA) Europe (CCEURO) Latin America and the Caribbean (CCLAC) North America and South West Pacific (CCNASWP) Near East (CCNE) Follow us on     © FAO/WHO, 2022
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Score: 644858.74 - https://www.fao.org/fao-who-co...us/wfsd-2021/wfsd-homepage/pt/
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Score: 642723.8 - https://www.un.org/development...2_200903_04_ecn920093guest.pdf
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