Statistics say every business will experience a loss once every 7 years …
Fires, water damage and weather-related natural disasters happen unexpectedly. Insurance statistics state that on average, commercial businesses will experience a loss once every seven years. When disaster strikes, what’s your plan?
(Hint: If your emergency plan is still in a binder, it’s time to update it.)
Stay In Business With an Emergency Response Plan
One hour is all we need to put together a comprehensive and accessible plan for your business. Our experts will walk through your facility and document key components to a rapid response, should an emergency strike. And best of all…it’s free for you!
So what’s in it for us? We are in the business of recovery, however, we never want your business to have to experience a loss. We both succeed by being prepared. An emergency response plan with ServiceMaster means that we will be able to respond faster, with the right equipment, and most accurate information.
Our team will walk through your facility to:
- capture images via Matterport camera
- document the building layout
- identify key emergency contacts
- locate water shut-off valves
Once we have gathered all of the necessary information from your team, we will create an account within our cloud-based system and show you how to:
- share login information with appropriate team members
- access all of the documented information via your phone or computer
- what to do in case of an emergency
Should you experience an emergency and choose to call us for recovery services, we will be able to:
- respond faster
- bring the appropriate equipment for your space
- provide priority response over other emergency calls
Be proactive vs. reactive
When disaster strikes, time is of the essence. See how these emergency situations benefited from a proactive rather than a reactive response, which saved them time and money.
Why do I need a priority response?
When tornadoes hit Nashville in March 2020, many businesses experienced some sort of loss and we (nor our competitors) could get to all of them fast enough because of the volume and need. Some businesses were quoted a 6-week response time which could be detrimental to operations and the facility. We even had several clients call and offer to pay extra to get to the top of the list.
When a disaster strikes that affects more than just your facility, priority response is crucial. With our Emergency Response Plans, you are guaranteed to be at the top of our list to respond to, should that happen to your community.