The Walkerton tragedy, an E.coli outbreak that resulted in seven deaths and ill 2,300 people, was unprecedented in Canada. The medical officer of health for Grey-Bruce was told that a number of people in the Walkerton area had developed severe disease. E. coli was confirmed and the official doctor suspected contaminated water as the source of the problem. However, the Public Utilities Commission had assured him that the water was fine. Nevertheless, he had a bad feeling that the edge Walkerton was a … Read more »

The Walkerton tragedy, an E.coli outbreak that resulted in seven deaths and ill 2,300 people, was unprecedented in Canada. The medical officer of health for Grey-Bruce was told that a number of people in the Walkerton area had developed severe disease. E. coli was confirmed and the official doctor suspected contaminated water as the source of the problem. However, the Public Utilities Commission had assured him that the water was fine. Nevertheless, he had a bad feeling that the edge of Walkerton was a very serious outbreak. He wondered what his next step should be in the complex situation he will face, he had to act not much data. Supplements “We have a terrible tragedy Here” (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F), products 905C23, 905C24, 905C25, 905C26 905C27 and follow the events as they take place.
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Gerard Seijts
Source: Ivey Publishing
13 pages.
Release Date: 28, September 2009. Prod #: 905C22-PDF-ENG
We have a terrible tragedy Here (A) HBR case solution

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