Prepare for Disasters



What can you Lose in a Disaster?
A loss is anything that prevents your business operating normally for a period of time. This loss can include loss to assets, records, goods, premises and employees. Remember, a disaster is not necessarily caused by you, but it can be a disaster caused by others.
" The best time to respond to a disaster is before it happens ..."

These can be:

  1. Loss of vital information (customer records, important minutes, destruction of financial records, etc.

  2. Loss of use. For example, damaged goods, machinery wrecked, PC networks are down, supplies destroyed.

  3. Loss of access and use. For example, damage to offices, premises, or problems in your business location.

  4. Loss of employees. For example, employee is ill or dies, manager resig...

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