Archive for Emergency plan

Paul Davis Recommends Businesses Get Ready for 2020 Hurricane Season

Arthur, Bertha and Cristobal ushered in a very active 2020 hurricane season. Though hurricanes are less threatening to Canada than to its southern neighbour, experts say that nearly 40 percent of Atlantic named storms entered the Canadian Hurricane Centre Response zone between 1951 and 2008. A[...]

Helping Small Business Owners Launch a Rigorous Business Emergency Plan

Small businesses do many things right – they’re nimble, creative, collaborative and offer great team atmospheres – but one thing is a challenge for every compact company: surviving a disaster. As many as 40 percent never open their doors after experiencing a flood, fire or severe storm. The[...]

Don’t Overlook Home Emergency Planning This Year

A fire. A power outage. A flood. What will it be this year? You certainly can’t predict the future, but you can prepare for it. If something happens to your home, are you and your family prepared? Let 2019 be the year you take home emergency planning seriously. To get started, follow these[...]

Learn How to Use a Fire Extinguisher – Please

We’re not trying to be alarmist here, but being able to use a fire extinguisher properly could be the difference between life and death. When a fire or any crisis happens, your adrenaline is pumping, you may feel scared, you may feel courageous. Regardless of your emotions, you need to be[...]

How to Update Your Family Emergency Plan

If a house fire or natural disaster happened tomorrow, would you and your family know what steps to take? Do you have a plan for how to act? If so, when was the last time you updated your plan? One of the best things you can do for your family is to prepare and empower [...]