Emergency Preparation: How To Protect Your Business Before It’s Too Late
Fire season and the potential for public safety power shutoffs is upon us again. And this year the drought, coming at the tail end of the pandemic, has raised the level of risk even further. At West Center we know that emergency preparedness is an important part of any business plan. To address this important need we’re offering this 90-minute training along with a 56-page digital workbook. Anyone who attends our Emergency Preparation for Your Business workshop also receives 10+ hours of free one-on-one consultation with an advisor.
Our Emergency Preparation workshop will help your business get organized and be better prepared. You will get all the necessary tools to develop a plan to weather the unexpected and keep your business operational during power outages and any other sudden environmental changes that may occur.
Attendees will come away from this workshop with a concrete plan for:
- Keeping documents safe
- Emergency and crisis planning for your employees
- Proper Insurance coverage
- Asset valuation
- Understanding Local, State and Federal Resources
- Preparing for Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS)
About the Instructor
Rachel Clark is a regular instructor for Mendocino’s SBDC and Mendocino’s Women’s Business Center. She has worked as a Business Coach for 17 years, helping clients transform their businesses and increase property. Using her formal education in Marketing and Economics (coupled with years of experience in Executive Recruiting), Rachel helps clients ready to work on their leadership and business skills.
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