Keeping Your SoCal Business Disaster Ready
You may have an effective plan at home in case of an emergency, but what about your business and those employed? Due to the recent tremors impacting the Southern California areas, our team felt it pertinent to provide some useful information. Specifically, two components businesses may use to reduce risks and prevent damage to essential workflow factors.
- Planning Part 1 - Safety
The first component of this plan involves the safety of employees. Has contact information been updated and an evacuation route tested? Confirming employee information will prevent unnecessary stress in such an event. In addition, testing the evacuation plan before a disaster ensures all on the team clearly understand the measures that will be taken and where to go.
- Planning Part 2 - The Internal Components of Your Business
A successful commercial emergency plan also involves identifying vital components of the workflow. Which departments need to be up and running as quickly as possible to resume business operations. Has essential data been backed up and protected? One aspect that has proved to maximize production with our team is using cloud based services to transfer data. This has made the SERVPRO of Cerritos/Hawaiian Gardens workflow more efficient and saved notable costs.
When a disaster strikes, it is essential to know what you will do. Having an effective commercial disaster plan will ensure your business and those employed will be prepared should such an event occur. After the disaster, the team at SERVPRO of Cerritos/Hawaiian Gardens will be ready to help you in making it "Like it never even happened."