Emergency Preparation

Be Aware and Be Prepared!

It’s a reality of today’s world that disasters of all types have become far too frequent. We are facing the damaging effects of climate change and a global pandemic has demonstrated the fragility of our society, while wildfire, earthquakes, floods, and hurricanes are a persistent threat 

Faced with these challenging realities, you need to ask yourself:

  • Are you and your employees prepared for disaster?
  • What happens to your business when the power grid goes down?
  • Do you have adequate insurance to cover potential loss of property and business contents?
  • Are your important business documents and finances stored safely in the cloud?
  • Do your employees know what to do in the event of an emergency?
  • Does your HR department have employee contact information stored off-site?

At West Center we have seen first-hand how businesses struggle to recover following a natural disaster and how lack of planning for an emergency hinders the return to full operations. To help address this issue, we have developed a customizable emergency preparation training program that will enable you and your employees to develop a disaster recovery plan specifically tailored to your particular business. 

Contact us today for more information and to get a cost estimate so that your business and employees can be ready to tackle any emergency situation.

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About 25 percent of businesses do not reopen after disasters. Having an emergency disaster plan and a continuity of operations plan in place can reduce that risk and help the business recover faster. Below are tips to help businesses prepare for disasters large and small.
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You will learn to:

  • Organize: Document your business practices and assets
  • Protect: Catalog and safeguard documents vital to your business and strengthen your facilities
  • Plan: Develop an emergency plan for you and your employees
  • Adapt: Understand your insurance and finances and document your contingency options
  • Practice: Establish a process to continually re-assess risk at regular, predetermined intervals and trigger points

Included with this Emergency Preparedness program is a 56-page practical workbook designed to help you organize your plans and prepare your business ahead of disaster.


Contact West Center today to find out costs and schedule a time for your enterprise to be aware and be prepared.

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