There are two stages to dealing with natural emergencies, preparation and recovery. Certified protective gear will be extensively relied upon before, during, and after the impact of a hurricane or a super storm. Get a head start on what to do, how to do it, and when to start - which will always be sooner than later.
Global Industrial supplies emergency first responders, cleaning crews, and hundreds of other emergency safety occupations with the tools they need to carry out the job quick. These fast acting fundamentals can range from generators, respirators, PPE, and more.
Step 3 - Always Check Local Agencies
When a hurricane strikes you will need to stay indoors. Don’t wait for that moment to start looking for professional safety advice. Have a list of official contacts ready to follow. Below are a list of links with more information on hurricane safety from national organizations and emergency management agencies.
Flooding is the #1 disaster in the United States. Water damage can be devastating. Whether your water damage was caused by storm flooding, ground water, or a water system malfunction, water damage leaves its mark.
Flooding damage can affect rugs, floors, walls and more, and will need to be dried thoroughly with wet/dry vacs, blower fans, and floor dryers.
Mold can develop as quickly as 24 hours after a flood so it's important to use mold removal specific products to eliminate stains completely.
Have basic janitorial products like sweepers, floor scrubbers, garbage/recycling cans, ladders, cleaners and more to maintain cleanup efforts.
Secure all worksites before entering, and mark off areas with high visibility tape, protective barriers, or security gates.