Celebration, Florida (PRWEB) July 16, 2014
Disasters such as hurricanes, floods, fires, computer hacking, data crashes, power outages, hazardous material spills, storms, tornadoes, earthquakes and theft are unpredictable and devastating. Is a business emergency preparedness / continuity plan in place to help employees respond to emergencies and disasters?
"A business continuity plan will help owners and managers plan for the safety and survival of employees and business infrastructure to ensure that companies retain their customers and continue to serve them despite economic hardship from disasters," said Jean Paul Aliaga, Florida MEP Disaster Recovery Expert and webinar instructor.
"Many businesses forced to close after a disaster never reopen," said Aliaga. "The Florida MEP (FLMEP) Webinar 'Disaster-Proof Your Business' will help you get started on a business continuity plan to prepare your small business to avoid downtime after a disaster and improve chances for business survival."
"FLMEP’s 60-minute live webinar will help you develop a business communications and emergency plan, identify and document key personnel, suppliers and processes, ensure access to essential materials, and safeguard your important data," said Aliaga.
There is no charge for this informational webinar, but participants are asked to register in advance here.
Each webinar participant will receive these free tools:
As a non-profit, Florida MEP webinars are funded by the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity and are offered to the community at no charge.
To register for FLMEP’s 60-minute live webinar presented in Spanish, “Disaster-Proof Your Business” click: http://secorstrategies.com/webinar6.
About Florida MEP
The Florida MEP (FLMEP) is a not-for-profit organization that provides assistance to manufacturers to help them identify and implement advanced manufacturing and management technologies to enable them to grow and compete in the global market.
FLMEP assists manufacturers by providing access to technology for improved productivity, offering workforce training in Lean manufacturing, ISO / ITAR compliance, exporting logistics and supply chain integration. Through FLMEP programs, many funded by grants, companies learn tactics to innovate, save money, implement more efficient management strategies and lean methodologies, resulting in immediate bottom-line impact.
If you have questions or would like more information about FLMEP programs and services, please call 321-939-4000, visit us at http://www.floridamep.org and be sure to follow us on Twitter @FloridaMEP.