10 Ways to Prepare Your Business for a Natural Disaster

10 Ways to Prepare Your Business for a Natural Disaster Avatar Posted by stillwagon428 under Management
From https://smallbiztrends.com 22 days ago
Made Hot by: thelastword on December 31, 2017 11:20 am
Natural disasters can pose a number of challenges to your business. From employees who can’t make it to the office to suppliers that can’t deliver, roads and rails that get blocked, and ice that drags down power lines, disasters raise a number of hurdles to getting work done. What can a small business do? The answer is simple: prepare. You need to take steps like the 10 ways to prepare your business for a natural disaster highlighted in this video.





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Written by lyceum
19 days ago

I am involved in the positive prepper movement and have started a podcast together with two experts on prepping. It is called Hemberedskap (Home Preparedness in Swedish). They have covered the five main needs in life (information/ security, water, food, sleep, warmth) and done a special episode on the prepper campaign, 72 hours. It is good to see that business and organizations are prepared for extreme conditions and situations in the future.



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