|8 tips on preparing for disaster|
Typically August through October are months in which a greater number of natural disasters happen, in the northern hemisphere at least. In an effort to drive awareness and help businesses prepare for potential disasters FEMA (the Federal Emergency Management Association) has named September as National Preparedness Month. You should take a minute and think about whether your business is prepared for a disaster.
When it comes to preparing for a disaster, especially a natural disaster, there are so many things you need to plan for and prep. Frankly, it can be overwhelming. We found that a good place to start is to prepare two aspects of your business: Your employees and your physical assets.
Tips for preparing your employees
Here’s four tips on how you can do that:
Tips for preparing your business and physical assets
If you would like to learn more about how to prepare your business for disaster, why not check out these excellent resources on FEMA’s Business Preparedness site. Or, you could always contact us to see how our systems can help ensure you remain operational during any disaster.
Published with permission from TechAdvisory.org. Source.
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