FOREWARNED is FOREARMED
Most business operations do not have a formal Emergency Response Plan (ERP). Why? Because, in most cases, there are other competing priorities. How do you budget your time and resources for a possible "what if?"
This is the situation that every business faces. Large or small. How much time, energy and resources do you commit to something that may never happen. But, if history has taught us nothing else. It has highlighted the importance of at least having the discussion.
For all businesses, there is a significant level of risk and liability of not being prepared. As we have learned recently. Emergencies and disasters come in all shapes and sizes. From weather-related incidents to property damage and health-related emergencies. We need to be prepared.
Emergency Management and ERP planning is so often overlooked. But, it is perhaps one of the most important elements of any business. It incorporates many elements including prevention, mitigation, preparedness, response and, most importantly, recovery. How do we get back to where we were?
Join us in our next Blog as we discuss Prevention and how it relates to emergency planning. For more information on ERP audits and planning please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Don't wait until it's too late. Be proactive. Think ahead. Be safe.