Steps Your Business Should Take to Recover from a Hurricane

    September 20, 2019

    Hurricanes bring power outages, flooding and destruction of property. Each of these devastating consequences can keep your business offline for weeks.

    Of course, in the aftermath of a hurricane, your first priority is your employees – make sure they're safe and recognise that some might be unavailable after the storm.

    Before the storm hits, you should have a detailed disaster recovery plan in place – one that's been relayed to your employees ahead of time. But there are other actions you can take once the storm passes as well. Keep these steps in mind to help your business recover from a hurricane:

     

     

     

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