According to NOAA’s National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI), there have been twenty-six-billion-dollar weather events in the United States since 2017.
But scientists also contend that climate change is expected to lead to stronger, wetter hurricanes overall. It has also made them more destructive. Because global sea levels have risen, hurricanes create storm surges that go further inland, flooding homes and businesses.
Control the Impact a Disaster Has on Your Business
People: People are your most important asset. Practice the plan, communicate regularly and empathize with their personal situations.
Property: Back-up and safely store all physical, ﬁnancial
and inventory assets.
Processes: Ensure all critical business processes are protected and can be applied in temporary environments.
Products: Track and manage all inventory, keeping customers and suppliers informed, managing their expectations.
Partners: Understand and conﬁrm continuity plans with key partners and suppliers in advance.