Preparing for potential disasters might not seem as urgent as that important business meeting with a potential client or signing your employee’s checks. However, imagine the regret you’d feel if something were to happen and you had no plan in place. It’s worth taking a few minutes to map out a procedure for your employees to follow in the off-chance that something should happen, such as fire, flood, or storm damage.
Creating an emergency preparedness plan for your employees is actually very easy. Once you outline the steps you need everyone to take, make sure you clearly communicate it to your team and add it to necessary documentation files. That way, everyone has the opportunity to review it as they wish.
To help you create your disaster plan quickly and make sure all your bases are covered, we offer a detailed disaster pre-planning manual and on-going pre-disaster support as needed. We will answer all your questions so you can make the best plan. This is extremely important, because according to PrepareMyBusiness.org, “ninety percent of companies fail within a year unless they can resume operations within five days.” Do NOT let this happen to you.
Remember, “every person who prepares is one less person who panics in a crisis.” These wise words by Mike Adams perfectly illustrate the importance of training staff on your new disaster preparedness plan. It doesn’t take a lot of time, but it could save you a load of money, and more importantly, keep everyone safe.