When it comes to emergency preparedness, for leaders, so much can feel outside of an organization’s control. Weather can change in an instant, critical systems can fail when they’re needed the most, and complications that could never have been predicted may slow down recovery. That said, employees’ readiness for situations that can impact their safety and critical business operations shouldn’t be one of those things left to chance. During an emergency, employees can be an organization’s best asset to help keep everyone safe – or one of its biggest liabilities. Team members who don’t know how to maintain general workplace…
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