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Fire Prevention Week is commemorated in Canada from October 9 to 15. During this week, Canadians from coast to coast are invited to reflect on how to better prevent and proactively prepare for fires.
Being prepared is always the key to effective disaster management, and planning prevents debilitating repercussions.
This Sunday marked the beginning of Emergency Preparedness Week, an annual event run by Public Safety Canada in collaboration with Canadian provinces, territories and other partners. This special week is the perfect time for property owners to think about disaster preparedness and what kinds of emergencies they may encounter.
In honour of Business Continuity Awareness week we have been taking a look at common practices and success factors that have helped customers recover from disaster quickly. Essentially it is all about being prepared. And from a property perspective, we can help with that.
Over the last few days we have been sharing experience as it related to Business Continuity planning from our perspective. But we aren’t the BCP professionals – our business revolves around emergency restoration. So where then, does restoration fit when it comes to planning?