Tag: Disaster Preparedness

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How to Prepare a Disaster Recovery Plan

Whether natural or manmade, disasters are unpredictable and can cause immense structural damage. Business owners have a duty to protect their assets, their employees, and their customers in the event of a flood, fire, storm, or other disaster. While you can’t predict or avoid a disaster most of the time, you can do the next […]

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Before and After: How to Prepare for and Recover from an Emergency

Running a business is an exercise in unpredictability. An emergency can arise from external factors that you have limited control over and others that you have no control over. No matter their nature, disasters can threaten even the most well-run businesses. In fact, according to FEMA, between 40% and 60% of small businesses never reopen […]

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How to Utilize Temporary Modular Buildings for Disaster Relief

Consider these 2 things if you experience damage after a natural disaster.

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Severe Weather Awareness Week

With the extreme weather that the nation has been experiencing over the last couple of months. we thought it would be a good time to review what’s in your disaster preparedness kit and what your emergency procedures are at work and at home. April 21st – 25th also happens to be Severe Weather Awareness Week […]

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Repost: Be Prepared Next Time Disaster Strikes

In the wake of the tornado that hit Joplin, MO this past weekend and those that ripped across the United States on Tuesday night, it’s become even more apparent that we need to come together and prepare our families, homes, and business for any kind of disaster. Our latest blog offers some helpful tips and […]

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Be Prepared Next Time Disaster Strikes

The most recent storms that tore across Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, and Virginia have left a path of destruction behind that is going to take years to fully recover from. It is during times like these when our true human spirit comes to light and communities pull together to help each other. It is hard for […]

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