By Grainger Editorial Staff 3/30/21
The winter season often ushers in cold temperatures and damaging storms that can have serious consequences for your business and employees. For worker safety and business operational continuity, there are three phases of action that help you manage adverse winter weather: prepare, respond, recover. This collection of resources can help your business minimize the impact of cold-weather conditions.
Preparation is an essential step to minimizing the impact of cold-weather conditions. Read the following collection of information to learn the steps required to prepare for winter weather.
The response phase of winter storm preparedness helps protect lives and property during or in the immediate aftermath of a storm. This collection of information describes ways to respond to winter storms and cold weather.
The recovery stage of winter-storm activities includes repairing the damage done by storms. It may also include replenishing supplies and understanding how your business can better prepare its facilities and people for the tasks associated with disaster recovery.
These guides can help you make more informed purchasing decisions about the equipment and supplies you’ll need to weather the winter season.
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