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It’s interesting that amid all of the chatter about the world ending in 2012, the rate of natural disasters on our planet has noticeably increased. According to the Centre for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters, there were 385 such disasters from 2000-2009 – a 67 percent increase over the previous decade, and a 233 percent increase over the 1980s.
No business is immune to the possibility of a devastating fire, which can result in lost property and damaged documents. It is an unfortunate fact that more than 75 percent of businesses end up closing up shop within 3 years of experiencing a fire disaster. However, if a company takes steps to prepare for such a disaster, the loss doesn’t necessarily have to mean the end of the business. In order to prevent flames from shutting you down completely, here are some tips for safeguarding your business in the event of a fire: (more…)
In today’s schools, careful attention must be given to monitoring the moisture level throughout the building to prevent the formation of mold. These tiny spores thrive in damp indoor areas and have the potential to grow exponentially if not removed immediately. A mold outbreak can not only leave school officials with mold damaged records and damaged books, but it can pose a health risk to children, causing symptoms such as fatigue, nausea, diarrhea, headaches, and irritation to the eyes, skin or lungs.
One year after the devastation caused by the Tsunami in Japan, businesses are rebuilding and taking stock of what has been lost.