Stratford, CT - Paul Plouffe, President of ServiceMaster of Greater Bridgeport, recently addressed a group of businesses at the Human Resource Consulting Group in Seymour, CT.
In this speech Plouffe stressed the importance of planning ahead, as it can save lives, property, and limit the disruption to operations. It is important to train all personnel on the emergency plan. Preparedness can come in the form of vital records being back up off-site or making sure insurance policies are reviewed to anticipate the disasters.
Plouffe went on to say, Two common denominators apply to the philosophy of disaster panning: 1. No one thinks it could, or would, happen to them. 2. Those prepared are repaid countless ways in the protection of lives and building and redeeming the enormous cost of repairs."
Plouffe suggests consulting with police, fire, and even the Federal Emergency Management Agency when developing an emergency strategy.
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