Get Organized: Download and print our Emergency Preparedness Checklist.
Have an Action Plan: Make sure you have an emergency and evacuation plan. Ensure the plan is communicated to your residents and guests.
Know Your Enemy: Discover the potential risks your property faces by visiting www.disastersafety.org and entering your ZIP code.
Know Your GOs: Government organizations, such as The U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), are responsible for helping you prepare and recover effectively. Check out their resources at Ready.gov.
Have the Right Insurance: Review your insurance policies to ensure the information on them is correct and up to date.
Train Your Staff: Ensure employees are aware of and understand your emergency and evacuation plan.
Know Your Risks: Did you know that the most expensive hazard is flooding? The United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction has key data that can help reduce your risks.
Plan for All Types of Risks: Plan for hazards beyond natural disasters, such as fires and accidents.
Include a Recovery Plan: Include business continuity steps in your emergency preparedness plan.
Protect Your Assets: Document your property and business assets pre- and post-disaster to prove any losses to your insurance company.
After an emergency, proper resources may not be readily available. Time wasted before cleanup can add additional costs to the entire cleanup effort. We carry all the necessary items for any post emergency replacements.