Disasters can happen anytime and without warning. Develop an emergency plan for your business and keep an emergency kit on hand that includes basics like,
water, flashlights, and first aid supplies. Prepare now to protect your business, your employees, guests, and residents.
Overcoming drought takes careful planning and dedication.
Know what to do when the ground shakes.
Prepare for unique dangers created by heat waves.
Fire is the most common emergency, be prepared.
Even one inch of water can cause damage and danger.
Know how to handle hazardous materials and control spills.
Know what you need to do and have to prepare for possible hurricanes.
Control the spread of germs--from common colds to major public health crisis.
Take precautions now for the day the power goes out.
Be ready to protect your property and people in the event of a tornado.
Minimize risk of wildfires in and around your property.
Freezing temperatures can affect your business and safety.
Prepare for any emergency—even throngs of the undead knocking down your door.