- Homeland Security for Hospitals and Healthcare Providers
- Economic Espionage & Intelligence Issues for Corporations
- Occupational Health and Workplace Safety for Healthcare Workers
- Risk Management for Hospitals and Healthcare Providers
- Health – Anthrax
Dr. Murray L. Cohen is an internationally recognized expert in bioterrorism, workplace safety, bio-safety, industrial hygiene and infectious disease control.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as a career Public Health Service officer.
His specialty area was the prevention of occupationally transmitted infections, including bacterial diseases (anthrax, tuberculosis) and blood borne viruses (HIV/AIDS, hepatitis, ebola).
Since anthrax was first identified as the active biological agent of the recent mail delivered attacks, Dr. Cohen has worked on the frontline with the responding government agencies. He is on the scientific team conducting ongoing research on anthrax at government laboratories.
He has helped develop sampling techniques, containment strategies, safe mail handling procedures, and decontamination techniques.
He also serves on several anthrax task forces, ad hoc committees, and has provided briefings on Capitol Hill.
Dr. Cohen has also been a leader in helping American business understand the science behind the attacks. From helping companies properly handle copycat incidents and hoaxes, to providing comprehensive risk assessments, he is helping create safer, smarter and more secure work environments.
Working with top security, risk management and technical firms, he developed the “gold standard” of smart and cost effective strategies for businesses wishing to protect their employees, customers, and shareholders from today’s new risks.
Whether a company is looking for safer mail handling procedures or a complete overhaul of safety and security plans, Dr. Cohen is helping provide the scientifically based business solutions.
Serves as expert on Biosecurity for the World Health Organization, and consults with the National Institutes of Health, the Department of Defense, law enforcement and intelligence agencies, American Media, Inc., Crown Companies, and a postal workers union on Anthrax and bioterrorism.