• Backup all data on servers and personal computers.
• Turn off all non-critical devices such as server monitors and workstations and other non-essential electrical equipment prior to the storm’s arrival.
• Check/maintain all necessary backup equipment, such as emergency generators and communication devices.
• Relocate vital records, equipment, tools, stored materials, and other business property from low lying areas, especially basements or flood prone low lying areas.
• Raise property in areas that could flood off the ground level at least 4’ if it cannot be moved to a different location or floor.
• Take the following steps so that items outdoors will not blow away or cause damage:
◦ Remove all loose debris
◦Anchor or relocate all nonessential equipment to a safe indoor location
◦Secure storage of flammable liquid drums, or move them to a sheltered area (but never into main facility areas)
◦Anchor all portable buildings (e.g., trailers) to the ground
◦Secure large cranes and other heavy equipment
◦Make sure outdoor signs are properly braced
◦Ensure that the employees who volunteer to stay on site have proper supplies and equipment (drinkable water, nonperishable food, medical, flashlights, extra gasoline, walkie-talkies).
• Fill fuel tanks of generators, fire pumps, and all company-owned vehicles.
• Move all vehicles and movable equipment to a safe, high lying area.
• Clean out drains and catch basins.
Your safety and well-being are our main concern and we are here to assist you in any way possible.
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If you prefer to contact us by phone, please visit our contact page for important phone numbers to utilize during the storm.