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Making Sure Your Company is Disaster Prepared

9/14/2020 (Permalink)

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Disasters come in many forms and not being prepared for them can make business recovery slower. Disaster preparedness in Stillwater, OK, should be a staple in the operations of your business. Disaster and business preparedness means your business can bounce back more quickly to help keep the economy strong.

Disasters That Can Happen at Your Business

There are many important areas for disaster preparedness. The type of proactive measures your business takes will largely depend on the industry. Some disaster precautions that are useful to all businesses include

  • Fire safety
  • Medical emergencies
  • Tornado Warnings
  • Evacuation plans

Some businesses operate with toxic materials or may need increased cyber security. Have a plan for what action to take in the case contaminants are released into the air or someone hacks into your system.

Caring for Employees
During a disaster, medical emergencies can happen. Make sure your employees know where to find the first-aid kit, and offer courses in first aid and CPR. While an employee is not required to disclose any medical condition they may have to their employer, encouraging them to do so may help other employees understand an issue they are facing in an emergency.

When Disaster Strikes
In the event that a disaster occurs your employees will know the safest part of the facility because you prepared a disaster plan. If a tornado is about to strike, you will have identified a central location without windows where employees can take cover. If there is toxic danger and an area needs to be sealed off, employees will know where to gather so everyone can be accounted for.
After a disaster does occur, never attempt to clean the disaster yourself. The environment could be hazardous, such as electric lines down, or mold present after flooding. Hire a team that is trained to handle this type of clean up.
Having a disaster preparedness plan in place for each of these situations can help employees make critical decisions more quickly, and can also help keep them safe. Start yours today.

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