Most people are aware of the damage and destruction that can be caused by fire – and because of that, many put at least some type of precautions in place to help with the prevention and/or detection of this type of disaster.
With so much concern over COVID-19 in the past year, people are taking extra safety precautions to help prevent the continued spread of the virus. But as this relatively “new” danger is at the forefront of our minds, it is easy to forget about reducing the risk of other potential dangers such as fire safety.
Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, staying safe is now more important than ever. But while social distancing and wearing masks may help to reduce the spread of germs, they can’t ensure protection against other dangers like fire and theft.
In a world that is full of potential dangers – both seen and unseen – it is more important than ever to reduce as much risk as possible. One of the biggest risks that an employer or multi-unit housing owner can face is fire.
With the strict social distancing and work-from-home requirements that are in place during the Coronavirus pandemic, it is possible that your business is running with just a skeleton crew on site.
As the impact of the Coronavirus makes its way around the globe, it has left a great deal of physical, emotional, and financial destruction in its path. In fact, within just the past few weeks, millions of Americans have either temporarily or permanently lost their jobs, and a long list of businesses have closed their doors due to lack of revenue.
Running a business and keeping it profitable can be much, much more than a full-time job – particularly if you built it from the ground up. But, while tending to marketing, product or service implementation, and customer service issues, is there something that you forgot?
With the prevalence of the California wildfires – and the unprecedented amount of damage they can cause - many institutions nationwide have a renewed sense of keeping their properties, as well as their employees and customers, safe.
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