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There is no short cut, business decision makers have to spend time preparing for the possibility of catastrophe. It could be a natural event, it could have a human origin or it could be medical. Regardless, an owner, manager or executive has to think about the many events that could either temporarily or permanently interrupt their business. In other words, a business must consider what threats exists to their normal, profitable operations. The task may initially appear overwhelming. However, it is just a matter of considering what the business does; where it does it; how it does it; and why it does it; then, examine what could happen to stop any of these things.

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No business wants to face an event that could seriously reduce or even shut down operations. Unfortunately, few businesses have plans to deal with such a disaster. It is not unusual for a business to overlook creating disaster plans or to believe the costs are too high to implement. Further, companies that do have disaster or continuity plans in place often fail to update their plans on a regular basis. Besides having an updated plan, it is also important to test your plans.

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

Minimizing the Impact of Disasters on Your Business

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Businesses that create a disaster action plan, a contingency operations plan, and implement their plans with hospitality mindsets ensure their prosperity despite day to day challenges.