Business Document Recovery After a Fire or Flood
Running your Montana-based business requires a lot of organization and planning, from checking inventory, managing a budget, and educating your staff on proper business etiquette and safety. Unfortunately, despite all of the emergency planning management, training, and safeguarding you may do, protecting vital documents from water damage, fire damage, or theft may be the last thing on your mind.
Natural disaster research presented by Montana.gov shows that earthquakes, floods, and winter storms may hit the state more and more often. So what does that mean for you and your business? Despite following OSHA’s rules and regulations for keeping your employees safe during a natural disaster, it helps if you’re prepared and have your vital documents locked up in a fireproof, waterproof area. However, if you weren’t able to prepare in time, and didn’t have your original documents locked up in a safe deposit box or fireproof safe, follow these tips to replace your important paperwork.