• Kevin Dobson

Keeping Employees Safe in Severe Weather Emergencies

As an employer, you have a duty to care for your staff – especially those who work or travel in high risk areas. So, how can you keep employees safe?

Over the past decade an estimated 60,000 people have died as a result of severe weather and natural disasters. Hurricanes, tornadoes, floods, ice storms, earthquakes and wildfires are all beyond our control, but when they strike they can cause devastation.

Climate change has a significant impact on the frequency and severity of natural disasters and scientists predict this will continue to increase. In just the last couple of years we have seen forest fires ravage the US and Australia, earthquakes strike in the US, Asia and Europe, snow storms in Texas, and floods cause major damage in the UK and New Zealand.

While some natural disasters can be predicted in advance, others have little to no warning before occurring. In addition, some disasters are more likely to occur in a particular area rather than others.

ReadyAlert™ is the ideal solution for any organization employing individuals who work remotely, travel, work across multiple locations or work outdoors.

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