PREPARE YOUR BUSINESS FOR A NATURAL DISASTER

NATURAL DISASTERS CAN STRIKE WITH LITTLE WARNING

PREPARE YOUR BUSINESS FOR A NATURAL DISASTER

A natural disaster disrupts everything from your daily schedule to the ability of your business to carry out its mission. It can also threaten physical safety and put critical company assets, like your heavy equipment, in harm's way. How you prepare for a natural disaster can mean the difference between being in as good of a position as possible to resume operations and get back to your regular routine and trying to repair serious damage to your operations.

A great plan goes a long way toward helping you, your business, your family and your home recover once the danger passes. As an individual and a business owner, you have responsibilities to your family, employees and clients. You'll need to consider what steps you can take to keep major assets like heavy machinery safe, as well as how you'll communicate with your workers and clients before, during and after any disaster. Of course, you'll also need to assemble an emergency supply kit and have an evacuation plan for your family.

Check out our infographic to learn about readily available resources to help you prepare for a potential natural disaster and for tips on how to capably address the many responsibilities you encounter as a hurricane, tornado or earthquake makes its way toward your business and home. With a great starting point, it's that much easier to create the plans you'll need to react confidently and safely in the face of a natural disaster.

INFOGRAPHIC: PROTECTING YOUR BUSINESS, AFTER DISASTER STRIKES & PROTECTING YOUR HOME

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