The Hurricane is likely to do major damage as it next passes over the Dominican Republic on the island of Hispaniola. Hopefully it will not pass directly over the western side of this island where nearly 600,000 Haitians are still homeless since the January 2010 earthquakes.
The one saving grace when it comes to hurricane preparedness in comparison to most other natural disasters is that we do have a sizable warning. You should really take this time to closely review both your personal and business emergency plans.
- The National Hurricane Center suggest the following for your personal safety:
- Track the storm here:
Now how about your business? Do you have a plan in place? Most importantly after the natural disaster, will you be able to find your employees? Will your customers be able to find you?
The most often overlooked part of a emergency planning is a good communications plan. Dexcomm knows the importance of good communications, and we with multiple physical locations, onsite generators, and redundant data backup systems, we don’t go down, period. So call us today, or follow the link below and make sure your business weathers the storm with a bullet proof emergency communications plan by Dexcomm.