What will you do when a catastrophe strikes? How do you prepare your homeowners for an emergency?
The resource material available on this page is a great start to planning for everything from the low probability worst-case scenario to handling common concerns that arise as part of multi-family residential living and also offer ideas for emergencies related to single-family homes spread across many acres.
There are two main types of preparation: INDIVIDUAL UNIT and PROPERTY-WIDE.
EXAMPLES: EMERGENT EVENTS
Medical | Fire | Major Water / Sewer Discharge / Backup / Leak | Power Failure | Natural Gas Leak or Explosion | CO2 Alarms
Earthquake | Tsunami | Acts of Terrorism
Active Shooter | Active Burglary
EXAMPLES: URGENT EVENTS
Lack of Air Conditioning (A/C) in the summer months | Lack of Heat in the winter months | Minor Leaks
REMEMBER: Your residents are NOT going to pull out a binder in an emergency. A double-sided, laminated 8.5 x 11 or 11 x 14 page is as much as you can expect.
Earthquake & Tsunami Preparedness
EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS - the fine print
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