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Preparation For Your Business In Pekin

8/3/2018 (Permalink)

Be prepared.

How quickly your company can get back to business after a tornado, fire or flood often depends on the emergency planning done today.

The regular occurrence of natural disasters demonstrates the importance of being prepared for any emergency. While each situation is unique, your organization can be better prepared if you plan carefully, put emergency procedures in place, and practice for all kinds of emergencies.

The following are common sense measures business owners and managers can take to start getting ready. A commitment to begin planning today will help support your employees, customers, the community, the local economy, and even the country. It also protects your business investment and gives your company a better chance for survival.


Review the following questions to learn if your company is prepared.

Be Informed.
Do you know what kind of emergencies might affect your company? Do you know what you will do in an emergency situation?

Develop a Business Continuity Plan.
Do you know which staff, procedures, and equipment are absolutely necessary to keep operating? Do you have backup plans for those operations? 

Prepare your Emergency Plan.
Do you have an evacuation and shelter-in-place plan? Do you have a plan to communicate with employees before, during and after an incident?

Practice the Emergency Plan.
Have you practiced your plan recently? 

Review Insurance Coverage.
Have you reviewed your insurance coverage recently to see if you're covered in a disaster?

Secure Your Facility and Equipment.
Have you secured all the ways people, products, and supplies get into your building?

Promote Family and Individual Preparedness.
Do you encourage employees to have a personal
emergency supply kit and a family communication plan?


If you answered "No" to any of these questions, visit ready.gov or call SERVPRO and learn how to better prepare your business. 

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