SERVPRO’s Emergency Preparedness Plan for Businesses | SERVPRO® of North Kenosha County
Managing a company requires a full-time commitment. Actually, running a business is often an overtime job. You manage personnel, handle payroll and stay current with an ever-changing environment, all while competing in the marketplace, attempting to innovate and present a professional image on social media. It’s a lot, and walking this tightrope is quite difficult.
That is why it often only takes one setback to permanently derail a business for good. According to FEMA, 40% of small businesses do not reopen after a natural disaster hits, and a quarter of those that do end up shutting down again within a year.
And with the fresh memory of pandemic shutdowns and anxieties uncertainties about the future, it is more critical than ever for organizations to have a strong emergency plan in place. Around 75% of small businesses do not have a strategy in place, and this must change.
SERVPRO is delighted to assist companies in our area in becoming and being prepared for emergencies by developing an Emergency Ready Plan. We’ll assist you by doing an assessment of your location’s and industry’s unique demands and concerns.
We’ll cover everything from extreme weather events to data recovery, so that if your organization ever faces a crisis, you essentially just press “go” and the plan immediately begins working to minimize downtime and effect. You and your teams will understand the line of command, what to do and when to do it, as well as alternate suppliers and working locations.
Don’t allow inadequate preparedness to make your business journey even more difficult than it currently is. Allow the SERVPRO specialists in our area to get you back on track with an Emergency Ready Plan. It may be the difference between your firm making a comeback from a disruption and closing down for good.
When your business is ready to prioritize planning and safety to prevent extended downtime, contact SERVPRO to get the Emergency Ready Plan underway from the folks who know all there is to know about disaster and recovery.