A couple of weeks ago, California’s Napa Valley experienced a serious earthquake of more than 6.0 on the Richter Scale. Thankfully, the earthquake happened while most people were in bed, leaving the damage limited to property and a few fine bottles of wine that no one will ever enjoy.
But what if that earthquake had happened in the center of San Francisco during the middle of the day? Would the broadcasters have been ready? Would retailers have had a plan to sustain business in the aftermath?
If your business does not have a disaster plan in place, it is time for you to formulate one. If you have put one together, there is no time like the present to call the staff together for a review.
To help you along, our team has created a short checklist of items worth discussing when you draw up or revise your plan. This is not comprehensive, but it is a great starter guide: