Define the process for notifying all employees and visitors.
Basic shelter guidance:
Your plan can only be effective if everyone knows how to put it into action. At your next staff meeting, discuss your plan and practice it. You should also determine a regular time to review it with employees.
Once you take shelter, plan ahead for needs on your employees and visitors. Collect basic supplies to keep in or near your shelter.
We recommend having some basic supplies in your designated shelter.
Getting everyone to safety is your first priority, but there are other things to consider.
These are just a few of the questions that should be considered and put into a Continuity of Operations Plan (COOP). This plan covers any type of business interruption - fire, flood, tornado, power outage, etc.
If you have questions or would like assistance with these plans, contact our office today! Staff will be happy to assist you!