In addition to providing an immediate response to assist you in case of a fire, water event or mold, CARE will work with your company to create an Emergency Response Plan in advance of any catastrophic event that will enable your company to have minimal down time.
The first step when developing an emergency response plan is to conduct a risk assessment to identify potential emergency scenarios. At the very least, every facility should develop and implement an emergency plan for protecting employees, visitors, contractors and anyone else in the facility. Some severe weather events can be forecast hours before they arrive, providing valuable time to protect a facility. We’re more than just Restoration, we’re the Only Call You Need for All Property Care Services!
After you fill out some basic information your request will be immediately sent to all on-call emergency restoration professionals.
Wet weather starting as rain and changing to snow will start around 8 pm tonight and continue until 8 am tomorrow.  Temperatures are expected to remain above freezing until midnight.
Hazardous   materials, oil, gasoline, chemicals, paint, mercury, leaking USTs   (underground storage tanks), etc. Any quantity   of any size or shape container of known or unknown materials with no   identified owner and abandoned.

Non-storm   water discharges occurring in curbside catch basins, manholes, or other   waterways.
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An understanding of what can happen will enable you to determine resource requirements and to develop plans and procedures to prepare your business. This part of the emergency plan is called “protective actions for life safety” and includes building evacuation (“fire drills”), sheltering from severe weather such as tornadoes, “shelter-in-place” from an exterior airborne hazard such as a chemical release and lockdown. A plan should be established and resources should be on hand, or quickly, available to prepare a facility. Currently, the map on the website is not updating, please stay tuned to press releases and social media for daily leaf-collection. The DES interacts with a number of other state, federal and local agencies in carrying out these emergency response activities, assessesing and remediating environmental issues. These Hard Hat Labels are constructed from durable, pressure sensitive vinyl or engineer grade reflective for low light or nighttime visibility. These safety messages are also effective when attached to vehicles, machinery, tool boxes, equipment etc.

A call for help to public emergency services that provides full and accurate information will help the dispatcher send the right responders and equipment.
There are many actions that can be taken to stabilize an incident and minimize potential damage.
The plan should also include a process for damage assessment, salvage, protection of undamaged property and cleanup following an incident. These actions to minimize further damage and business disruption are examples of property conservation. Action by employees with knowledge of building and process systems can help control a leak and minimize damage to the facility and the environment. Containment of a small chemical spill and supervision of building utilities and systems can minimize damage to a building and help prevent environmental damage.

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