Have You Prepared for a Disaster? | SERVPRO® of Henderson/Boulder City
You have full-time obligations as well as an endless to-do list when you operate a business. It’s no wonder that you’ve got quite a bit going on.
Whether it’s recruiting or accounting, stocking or advertising, or the work you do after hours, it’s a lot. With all that said, if you aren’t prepared for the worst, all of your hard work might be endangered.
You’ve strived hard to successfully arrive to this point. Wouldn’t you want to do everything you can to offer your company the greatest chance of surviving anything?
After a fire, hurricane or other tragedy, it may be difficult (if not impossible) to get your business back up and running. According to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), 40% of small businesses close permanently following a disaster, with a significant percentage of those that do reopen shutting again within just one year.
How, then, can you set yourself up for a successful recovery after a disaster? If your company is struck by a disaster, having a strategy in place for what to do next could mean the differential between surviving and failing. As a matter of fact, in the United States, three-quarters of small businesses lack a disaster plan. It only makes sense that companies that are disaster-ready have a better chance of rebounding.
SERVPRO of Henderson/Boulder County helps companies like yours prepare for disasters by developing a customized Emergency Ready Plan that is tailored to a company’s needs, location and sector. You will be able to reduce downtime if you have a strategy in place because you will know what to do in the event of a crisis.
Extreme events are tough to deal with on their own. Take every opportunity to be ready to recover before disaster strikes. We’re ready to help you with your Emergency Ready Plan immediately.
When your business is ready to prioritize planning and safety to prevent extended downtime, contact SERVPRO to get the Emergency Ready Plan underway from the folks who know all there is to know about disaster and recovery.