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Natural disasters and severe weather events can happen without warning, and often with devastating consequences. Or as we have seen over the last few years, it could be a public health disaster or cyber-attack that causes chaos.
How prepared is your business to survive the different kinds of emergency events that can impact your employees, your customers and your financial viability?
Have you thought about what you would do if you had to shut your doors for an extended period of time - could you last a day, a week or more than a month?
Every business has its own individual vulnerabilities and weaknesses, it’s critical to know what yours are. What would it take to keep you in business and how quickly could you recover in the event of an emergency?
Developing an emergency management plan is one of the most important decisions you can make as a small business owner.
The Australian Government has a helpful emergency management plan template that you can fill out with all the important information that, in the event of a disaster, will help you and your employees keep your business operating. Not all sections may be relevant to your business, but even if you complete parts of it, you will still have three comprehensive plans:
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