Make an Emergency Response Plan for Your Office Today

If you live in the Southeastern coast of the United States, or have just been following the news over the last few weeks or so, you no doubt know about the devastation Hurricane Florence has caused in North Carolina and South Carolina. As of September 22, at least 42 people had been killed by the storm and its subsequent flooding. Over a million people have lost power. And the rescue efforts are still ongoing.

The hurricane is another painful reminder of the importance of creating Emergency Response Plans at work for natural disasters. When a storm approaches, or when any natural disaster hits, organizations need to be prepared to protect their employees and customers, as well as their technology, information, and resources.

So while we do our best to help the people in the Carolinas affected by the storm, we should also make sure we’re prepared for the worst in our own areas by creating a plan for our workplaces now.

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