Winter threat action plan
The winter season can bring more to your business than just holiday shoppers, large shipments, and deliveries. It can also bring blizzards, freezing temperatures, heavy winds, and snow. When it comes to winter threats, it is important to be prepared.
Our winter storm action plan provides you with:
- Checklists for storm preparation
- Immediate actions to take before and during a storm
- Recovery steps to take after a storm hits
Avoid interruptions to your day-to-day operations by preparing for storm threats, so that your business can focus on what matters most.
Following the procedures outlined can help you mitigate the impact of severe weather. This material cannot, however, foresee every potential for loss or damage, so you should review your particular situation in an effort to identify all appropriate steps and precautions. No undertaking is intended or assumed by Liberty Mutual Insurance by this publication, as it is for informational purposes only.
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