Hurricane Season 2023 – Are You Ready South Florida?
The 2023 Atlantic hurricane season officially starts on June 1 and ends on November 30 this year. Meteorologists predict this year could bring numerous seasonal storms, which everyone should be cautious of.
It is important to plan ahead by stocking up on essential supplies, monitoring weather updates regularly, and having an evacuation plan in place in order to ensure that you are as safe as possible.
Here are some reasons why you should prepare:
- Hurricanes can cause strong winds, heavy rain, and flooding, which can damage homes and businesses
- You may need to evacuate your area quickly, so having a plan and supplies ready can make the process smoother and safer
- Power outages can last for days or even weeks after a hurricane, so having enough food, water, and other necessities is crucial
- Emergency services may be overwhelmed during and after a hurricane, so being self-sufficient can help you and your community
Here are a few steps to get ready for the hurricane season:
- Create a family emergency plan and discuss it with everyone in your household.
- Make sure you have adequate insurance coverage.
- Prepare an emergency kit with essential items like food, water, first aid supplies, and medications.
- Protect your home by securing windows and doors, trimming trees and shrubs, and reinforcing your roof.
- Stay informed by monitoring weather updates and any evacuation orders in your area.
Back Office Protocols During a Storm [Hurricane]
Ensuring the safety and security of our clients’ project is our utmost priority. This includes completing ongoing projects in a timely manner, efficient billing and notifying clients of changes or updates with minimal effort.
- Our back office team will halt all projects and suspend taking new assignments three to five days prior to the arrival of the hurricane.
- In the event of an unexpected power outage, clients and team members will be quickly notified so that they can take the necessary steps to ensure a successful continuity of operations once the storm has passed.
- Once the storm [hurricane] has passed, normal service operations. Clients and staff will be kept in the loop of all storm updates to keep them informed with accurate, timely information. This helps ensure that everyone is aware of any potential risks associated with storms and can take necessary steps to keep safe.
Protocols for Servicing Client in Their Office
All services rendered at a client’s office will be temporarily suspended until the storm passes, as safety is of utmost importance. As such, we advise all clients to stay safe.
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