In this webinar, over 600 attendees were polled to help them determine if their organization is really prepared for a natural disaster or severe weather event. For example, as you can see from the chart below the overwhelming majority of respondents, 74%, indicated their organization had a disaster plan that encompassed all potential natural disasters and severe weather events.


With the extreme weather we’ve been experiencing such as this past winter where a large part of the nation was affected, even those unaccustomed to extreme winter conditions, it’s encouraging to know a large majority do take an all-hazards approach to severe weather.





Natural disaster plan
Potable water storage bladders


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