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Water intrusion in one room can mean water damage in other rooms

2/15/2018 (Permalink)

If your business suffered a small leak, would you know what to do? What if your business suffered a more severe water intrusion, such as a broken pipe or ruptures hot water heater, how do you respond? Have you considered how your business would respond if affected by water damage resulting from natural causes such as flood, tornado or tropical storm? Would your organization be able to remain in business? Does your organization have a business continuity plan? Most businesses have an emergency exit plan in place, but few have a plan to get back into business following a disaster.

Every business should have n emergency/disaster plan in place. The Institute for Business and Home Safety reports at least one-fourth of all businesses that close as a result of a disaster never re-open. According to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, “A commitment to planning today will help support employees, customers, the community, the local economy and even the country. It also protects your business investment and gives your company a better chance for survival. How quickly your organization gets back to business following an emergency situation can greatly depend on the amount of planning and preparedness that takes place prior to an adverse event.

Both man-made and natural disasters usually strike without warning. Immediate response in a critical situation can save thousands of dollars in reduced structural and secondary damages and company down time. It may also allow your company to resume normal business operations faster, helping eliminate the many problems associated with extended business interruptions. The quicker your company recovers, the better your chances for getting back to business as usual.

SERVPRO of South Orange County Professionals can help your business or organization prepare now for the unexpected by offering a comprehensive disaster recovery/emergency preparedness plan. The Disaster Recovery Profile (DRP) records detailed company information and inventory ranging from machinery, electronic and computer equipment, furniture and fixtures and valuable documents and records of data regarding specific building and grounds information, contact information and response checklist. A customized company emergency response plan can be a proper preparedness and planning, you can increase your organization’s chance of survival in an emergency r disastrous situation. Contact your local SERVPRO of South Orange County Professional today and inquire on a preparedness plan to help protect your business.

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