A wildfire came out of nowhere on Sunday in northern New Mexico. It led to an immediate evacuation of Los Alamos County. By Monday afternoon 44,000 acres were burned. The fire spread to the boundary of the Los Alamos National Laboratory (headquarters for United States military nuclear research). Later smoke drifted through Santa Fe–which was preparing to receive evacuated residents. The fire already destroyed about 30 homes and outbuildings in the county, and is still entirely uncontained and highly unpredictable!
Did you know… of all businesses that close following a disaster, more than 43 percent never reopen. An additional 29 percent close permanently within two weeks. There isn’t always a warning when a natural disaster strikes. You have to be prepared for the worst. Do not put off making a plan of action. You don’t know how much time you have before something happens.
Unsure of what to do or how to plan? We can help.Norris Beren is a national emergency preparedness and risk reduction expert. Beren has over 30 years experience as business owner, risk manager and safety program designer and trainer. He is a contributor to all the major news networks and cable channel news programs on emergency preparedness and response. He not only speaks about disaster preparedness in business and family. For years he has been helping organizations who are worried about what to do in a crisis; anxious about business and/or personal survival in case of a disaster emergency.
So what’s your companies disaster plan?
Does it even have one? Don’t put it off another day! It is important to plan for the worst. Remember, when planning for a disaster…“its about spending the time to plan and prepare and do the things that are important, so that you can live to enjoy the things that you cherish.” –Norris Beren
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