In today’s competitive business and environmental landscape, it's important that businesses of all sizes prepare for emergencies of all types whether fire, technological, human (acts of violence/ key employee loss), or natural. While large companies have in-house emergency planners and business continuity professionals, many small businesses can't afford a disaster planning team.
That's why we created this free guide to help businesses of all sizes get back to business faster after a disaster.
In this free guide, we’ll walk through a four-step risk assessment process:
- Threat Assessment
- Facility and Security Assessment
- Insurance Assessment
- Evacuation Plan
The recent, devastating tornadoes across Oklahoma are a sobering reminder of just how important it is to be prepared. No matter the size or type, businesses can’t afford to be down. Don’t put off seeing if your insurance policy is adequate or that your employees are prepared and can be kept safe. This free guide provides informative tools to help your company be better prepared for various threats.