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Disaster preparedness series

Disasters happen every day and affect businesses large and small. Dramatic disaster scenes are a familiar sight in the media, but for most business owners, a disaster is more likely to be a relatively minor event that could nevertheless cause major disruption to operations, if not property damage too.

Liberty’s risk engineers have prepared a series of Disaster preparedness guides to help business owners prepare for and cope with the unthinkable.

The first in the series leads business owners through the process of developing an effective Disaster recovery and business continuity plan, breaking it down into simple, easy-to-follow steps. Other guides in the Disaster preparedness series relate to specific natural disasters, namely bushfire, flood, tropical cyclone and typhoon, and hail.

Disaster recovery and business continuity plan

Disaster recovery and business continuity plan

Designed to help business owners prepare for and cope with the unthinkable
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Bushfire

Bushfire

During the hot, dry months, bushfires start abruptly. Advanced preparation is a must for any responsible business to reduce risk and damage
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Flood

Flood

One of the most common natural disasters. If a business is to minimise risk and reduce business interruption, advanced preparation is a priority
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Tropical cyclone and typhoon

Tropical cyclone and typhoon

What would a tropical cyclone and typhoon action plan look like? - Helping business owners in areas prone to these damaging storms be prepared
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Hail

Hail

Hail damage can affect any exposed property, especially vehicles, aircraft, roofs and roof-mounted equipment, and can occur with any severe thunderstorm
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Earthquake

Earthquake

Seismic (shock) waves travel very fast. In an earthquake prone area, what type of advanced preparation must responsible business owners follow?
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