Does your business have a crisis plan set in place to counter the effects of extreme weather conditions?

Does your business have a crisis plan set in place to counter the effects of extreme weather conditions?
As Storm Sandy batters business in the US, closer to home, edie research has revealed that by 2032, four times as many businesses could be at risk of flooding in the UK.
Yes – we take the threat extremely seriously
We are in the process of formulating a plan
It’s on our radar but we haven’t taken action yet
No – we don’t see this as a risk to our business

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