Every Business Should Have A Plan
- Do you know what kind of emergencies might affect your company?
- Do you know what you will do in an emergency situation?
Develop a Business Continuity Plan.
- Do you know which staff, procedures and equipment are absolutely necessary to keep operating?
- Do you have back-up plans for those operations?
- Do you know what you will do if your building or plant is not accessible?
- Do you know what you will do if your suppliers are impacted by a disaster?
- Are you ready for utility disruptions?
Prepare your Emergency Plan.
- Do you have an evacuation and shelter-in-place plan?
- Do you have a plan to communicate with employees before, during and after an incident?
- Do you have copies of building and site maps with utilities and emergency routes marked?
- Are your employees trained for medical emergencies?
Practice the Emergency Plan.
- Have you practiced your plan recently?
- Do you practice and coordinate with other businesses in your building or industrial complex? Have you reviewed your plans in the last 12 months?
Review Insurance Coverage.
- Have you reviewed your insurance coverage recently to see if you’re covered in a disaster?
Secure Your Facility and Equipment.
- Have you secured all the ways people, products and supplies get into your building?
- Have you conducted a room-by-room walk through to determine what can be strapped down?
Improve Cyber Security.
- Do you regularly install patches to your software?
- Have you installed a firewall on your computer?
- Do you regularly update your antivirus software?
Promote Family and Individual Preparedness.
- Do you encourage employees to have a personal emergency supply kit and a family communication plan?
If you answered “No” to any of these questions, check out the info below and learn how to better prepare your business.
Emergency Response Plan
A 10 page document to help Businesses Identify the goals and objectives for the emergency response plan. FEMA Emergency Response Plan