Having basic supplies stocked and ready for emergencies or in hurricane-prone areas is indeed a responsible and proactive approach for restaurants. By being prepared, restaurants can ensure the safety and well-being of their employees and customers during and after a hurricane. Additionally, sharing surplus supplies with others who may be more severely impacted or with [...]
Natural disasters, including floods, can have a severe impact on restaurant businesses, leading to significant financial losses and operational disruptions. As a restaurant business owner, it is crucial to take proactive measures to protect your enterprise from the devastating effects of flooding. Sandbagging, a technique commonly used in flood prevention, can be employed by business [...]
When a hurricane watch is in effect, do you know what steps you should take to protect your business? The actions you take throughout every stage of the hurricane are crucial for reducing risks of damage to your company. 72 hours prior to a hurricane: Event preparations Assemble supplies for emergency crews and emergency [...]
Fall FL Specific 2016 Newsletter
Being safe during a Named Storm means before, during and after a hurricane. Before a named hurricane approaches your operating area, please take a few moments to create a plan that will help you, your employees, and customers prepare for and cope with extreme weather conditions. The following list of important items may also be reviewed for additional protection [...]
Article outlining the 7 Day Rule in regards to Worker's Compensation costs. In addition to various laws regarding reporting of injuries, returning employees to work after an injury, within 7 days, can reduce the hit to your insurance premiums.