We had fires in Northern and Southern California, Hurricane’s in the East/Southeast part of the US, now snow in the East/Southeast, plus today the earth moved in Berkeley with a 4.5 magnitude earthquake.
Thanks to Forbes, and Trevor Nase, here’s a photo where the earthquake occurred in the early hours of January 4, 2018.
So, the question to you is “What have you done to be able to ‘succeed after a disaster’ strikes your business?”
Have you planned, prepared and communicated your action plan to your staff so when your business is struck by an event like an earthquake you can resume the normal operations of your business?
For those who have yet to act, my team and I have created a guide to make this entire planning process easy, thoughtful and thorough.
If you have a plan in place, congratulations. But, you still may find it valuable to compare your creation to ours. Maybe there are some additional items you need to consider? Or, maybe you find something that we need to know to adjust ours and to share it with others?
To receive a free copy, go to this link and you can obtain a download of this how-to booklet entitled How to Succeed After A Disaster
If you would rather receive a paper copy, you can email your request to me at firstname.lastname@example.org , and we will mail one to you.
In addition to what we have presented in our guide, we recommend that you also video, or take photos of all areas within and outside your physical location(s). Include the contents of vehicles or storage facilities so they too can be a “record” of your property. Be sure to store this information in the “Cloud” or at another location for easy access.
Contact me with your questions, comments and for help to review the RisksNThreats that can affect the success of your business.
Email: email@example.com; office phone: 800-346-6216 ext. 8758; mobile phone: 925-285-6790.
Visit www.risksnthreatsmatter.com for additional resources about how to protect your business and your employees.
Happy New Year – Wish you a healthy, successful and safe 2018.