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Emergency and Disaster Preparedness is vital to businesses, families, communities and the environment.
The month of September is National Preparedness Month, sponsored by FEMA and Ready.gov. This year's theme is "Be Prepared, Not Scared", which seems quite appropriate, given the fact that planning and knowing what to do in an emergency is our best defense against the unexpected.
"This year is projected to have a 40 percent chance of being a near-normal season and a 30 percent chance of being above normal",
according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Climate Prediction Center’s 2019 hurricane season forecast.
Being Prepared Can Save Your Life
Those who have been affected by a natural disaster have endured hardships that sometimes have lasting consequences. However, proper planning can be the difference between inconvenience and major loss of property, environmental disaster and even loss of life.
Being prepared for the worst and hoping for the best can provide a peace of mind and confidence in knowing that you are armed with a plan and have the tools and resources you need to stay safe.
Failing to Plan is Planning to Fail
"Failing to plan is planning to fail" is especially true for Disaster and Emergency Preparedness planning.
For businesses, planning is crucial to control the operational and financial impacts of business interruptions. Business Continuity Planning is one such process for creating a system of management for business interruption from prevention, preparedness and recovery.
Please visit FEMA.gov to find out more about Business Continuity Planning, available tools and more.
Is Your Business Prepared?
Tradebe Environmental Services has been providing Industrial Field Services and Emergency Response and Natural Disaster Recovery Services for over 40 years. Our highly-skilled Emergency Responders are among the most well-trained and equipped responders available in our industry today.
Secure a reliable standby Emergency Responder today ahead of disaster. Now is the time to know who to call before a disaster happens! Tradebe's dedicated Emergency Response Team is available 24/7 to respond to our clients' needs.
Does your business have a current Emergency Response Plan?
Contact Tradebe's team now, before an emergency happens. We can assist your business with planning and preparing for the unexpected.
TRADEBE EMERGENCY SERVICES INCLUDE:
- Tradebe's Safety Blog | Flood Safety: https://www.tradebeusa.com/blog/safety/Flood-Safety-how-to-prepare
- FEMA Disaster Recovery Reform Act: https://www.fema.gov/disaster-recovery-reform-act-2018
- Ready.gov National Preparedness Month: https://www.ready.gov/september
- Ready.gov Business Continuity Planning: https://www.ready.gov/business/implementation/continuity and https://www.ready.gov/business-continuity-planning-suite
- Ready.gov Business Impact Analysis Worksheet: https://www.fema.gov/media-library-data/1388776348838-b548b013b1cfc61fa92fc4332b615e05/Business_ImpactAnalysis_Worksheet_2014.pdf
- USA.gov Prepare for Disasters: https://www.usa.gov/prepare-for-disasters
- NSC.org Emergency Preparedness: https://www.nsc.org/home-safety/safety-topics/emergency-preparedness
- NSC.org Emergency Preparedness Online Training Certification: https://www.nsc.org/safety-training/workplace/emergency-preparedness
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