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3 Tips for Business Disaster Preparedness

9/3/2019 (Permalink)

A man holding a piece of wood with the word "contingency plan" on it Preparing your business for disaster includes creating a contingency plan

Preparing your company to get back on its feet after a tornado, fire or flood is just as important as paying your rent - but many businesses label this a low priority. Yet without a disaster preparedness plan, your business could face unnecessary losses. Get your Spring Valley,TX business ready - here are three quick ways how.

Top Disaster Risks

Both man and mother nature can be the cause of a disaster. Some of the most potentially devastating incidences include:

  • earthquakes
  • terror attacks
  • flooding

Preparing your business for disaster includes creating a plan with contingencies for all of the above.

Review Your Insurance

One of the easiest ways to prepare for a disaster is making sure you have proper insurance. Review your insurance coverage regularly to make sure you have flood insurance, as well as add-ons for business interruption, loss of use, and extended coverage.

Draft Your Response Plan

A written plan detailing what to do amid a disaster is perhaps one of the most important parts of a disaster preparedness effort. Such business preparedness plans are custom to each business. But at a minimum, they should include things like:

  • emergency phone numbers
  • A map of the building with emergency exits clearly marked
  • Instructions and circumstances for continued operation

Protect Your Data

In a high-tech world, your company’s data can be one of its most invaluable commodities. Make sure your company and its clients are protected during a disaster. Regularly back up files and store in a safe place off-site. That way key proprietary data, as well as sensitive client data, will be safe should a disaster compromise company computers.
Planning for disaster preparedness is just as much a part of running a robust business as paying bills. Don’t just prepare for flood or storm cleanup. Get ahead of the game by using these tips to ensure your business is ready when disaster strikes.

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