How to plan for a flood: 12 ways resilient businesses take action

Some disasters are more likely to strike than others. If your business is based in Minnesota, you probably don’t have to worry about hurricanes. If you’re based in Florida, preparing for blizzards probably isn’t high on your list of priorities.

But no matter where you’re based, you should be prepared for flooding.

In recent years, we’ve seen flooding devastate everywhere from Hawaii to California to Texas to Tennessee to New Jersey, and beyond. Any business near the coast, a river, or in a low-lying area should have a plan in place to minimize any disruptions flooding might cause.

As your business braces for potential impacts, you should obviously rely on your DR plan, but there are several actions that the most resilient businesses take both before and after flooding that are worth calling out specifically.

If you experience flooding in your area, here’s what you should be doing.

Source: DRJ New feed

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