Hurricane prep kit for businesses: small steps that make a big impact on employee safety and morale
Small Team, Clear Roles
Who is responsible for getting flashlights in the event of a blackout
Who is responsible for contacting emergency services and/or contacts if necessary
Who is in charge of snacks and water for team members
If you run a hotel or other hospitality business, who is in charge of communicating with customers in the face of a blackout
Who will assign new responsibilities on the spot as the need for them arises
Updated Emergency Contacts
Send Out Safety Memos
Stock Up on Supplies
Prevent an Outage
Anyone who’s lived in Florida for at least one hurricane season learns the ropes pretty quickly. We have a general idea of which supplies to get, what steps to take, and how to hunker down for a hurricane. Where many Floridians struggle is in coming up with a...
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