Disaster Preparedness

September is National Disaster Preparedness Month. In the wake of Hurricanes Irma and Harvey, now is an ideal time for companies to re-evaluate or begin developing disaster response plans.

As we’ve recently been reminded, all companies are vulnerable. Are your employees and operations prepared in the event of an emergency caused by severe weather, fire, infrastructure damage or cyber attack? Consider the Department of Homeland Security’s 5 Steps for Disaster Preparedness below to ensure safety and business continuity.

Want more details on the 5 Steps for Disaster Preparedness? Check it out here.

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Caitie Lowrey
Caitie Lowrey

Caitie Lowrey served as Atrium's Content Manager and a contributor to The Career Column and HR Blog. With experience as both a writer and recruiter, she offers insider tips and career advice that is both valuable and relevant to today’s job seeker and employer.