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Three Steps to Bad Weather Preparedness

3/20/2018 (Permalink)

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Business owners in Asheville, NC are familiar with handling many crises, big and small. Sometimes, however, there are situations that are completely out of their control, such as natural disasters. Sooner or later, most businesses will be affected by bad weather, such as a snowstorm. Unless appropriate steps are taken, those business owners, their employees, and their property could be in danger. How can you, as a business owner, take steps to protect against storm damage?

One: Create a Plan

Plans for bad weather procedures must be two-fold: a policy for business and employee action during bad weather, and an outlined plan of escape for emergencies. If the power goes out because of a snowstorm, for example, you may be able to keep some of your business operations up and running with a plan in place. If bad weather has made it dangerous for employees to remain in the building, an emergency plan focuses on protecting the safety of the workers.

Two: Consider Alternative Work Situations

Inclement weather procedures may include plans for employees to watch the weather and potentially work from home. Setting up lines of communication to be used if employees are working remotely is an important part of this step. For example, if employees recognize that bad weather is an issue, how will they know whether to stay home? To whom should they report during the day? Before bad weather hits, employees should know whether to look for an email or expect a phone call.

Three: Protect Your Physical Property

There are many preventative steps you can take to protect property in Asheville, NC. These include setting up a battery backup for critical electronics and routinely backing up your information, so it has been saved before bad weather hits. Get the best recommendations from a restoration expert who is knowledgeable about the most common disasters in your area.

Creating a plan for emergencies, considering alternative work situations, and protecting your property are precautions that could decrease losses whether you’re exposed to a snowstorm or a pipe burst from freezing temperatures. Visit http://www.SERVPROashevilleeast.com for more information on commercial storm damage

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