There is no time to think through a plan when a disaster hits. Depending on where you work and live, you may be facing anything from lighting storms, wild fires and floods, to earthquakes, tsunamis and tornados.
Emergencies can happen in a split second, so make sure you’re ready with your own emergency preparedness plan.
In the event that you are met with a natural disaster like those listed above, it will likely take three or more days for emergency services such as police, fire and ambulance, to reach many neighbourhoods.
What does that mean for you? What is your plan for when you have no access to gas, electricity, water or phone? What if the roads are blocked, storm drains and sewers are backed up, and all of the local stores are closed? Continue reading Why Should You Have an Emergency Preparedness Plan?