Disaster Prep.: Hurricane Florence Approaches the East Coast

Posted September 12, 2018 at 3:27 pm



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With Hurricane Florence moving closer to the East Coast of the United States, it’s imperative for your linen, uniform and facility services operation to prepare for the threat of a natural disaster. Otherwise, the future of your company is at risk. Fortunately, TRSA has several resources that can help.

Click here to access a booklet that TRSA prepared with a crisis-response expert on recommended professional practices for disaster planning. This publication offers laundry operators a guide to developing tactics associated with successful disaster-response efforts. Topics include planning, risk identification, operational issues, emergency plan implementation timing, crisis communications, business-recovery planning and more. The booklet also includes numerous examples of how linen, uniform and facility services companies have applied these principles to deal with real-world disasters.

 

 

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In addition to this booklet, TRSA also has a library of articles to help laundry operators and suppliers deal with natural disasters. To read more, click on the links below:

Prep for Recovery: Diverting Doomsday

Preparedness Planning: Three Vital Steps

Disaster Survival Guide

When the Next Katrina Blows into Town … Will you be Ready?

Emergency Preparedness: Summit Highlights

Disaster Panel: Proactive Persistence Pays Off

For more information on Hurricane Florence, click here.