Storm Damage to a commercial building in Bakersfield
This is a before photo upon technicians arrival on a stormy afternoon weekend. The technicians tarped the roof and made it secure enough for the heavy winds not to blow it off. This was for a commercial building that ended up as a water damage inside the building due to the roof leak. We took care of it in a timely manner and the manager was very happy with us.
While creating an emergency plan does not prevent your home, your business or your employees from experiencing a disaster, it can still give your business a leg up on the safety side. Your employees will know what to do and how to respond if a disaster or emergency situation should occur either a storm damage or unexpected water damage.
You should make sure that safety training and familiarization of emergency preparedness plans are included in the company on boarding process, team-building activities and continuing education opportunities. By helping employees familiarize themselves with proper safety protocol and emergency procedures, you’re not only giving them the tools to protect themselves, but you are also setting them up to help protect guests/visitors and the business itself.