Businesses located in Central and South Texas must protect employees, customers, and property during Hurricane season. The season begins in June and runs through the end of November. This means staying vigilant almost half the year. You need a plan should a storm threaten the Texas coast with heavy rains, flooding or tornados.
The first step to protecting your business, staff and customers is having a plan in place. A team at the company should develop a plan that makes sense for the size of the company and logistics involved.
Fuel management also plays a critical role in your hurricane preparedness plans. Landfall anywhere along the Texas or Louisiana coast can impact fuel supply nationwide. Having enough fuel on hand to be operational is a major factor to consider.
Preparing in advance for a hurricane is serious business. Life and property are at risk so every precaution should be taken. The Texas Hurricane Center offers tracking searches and advice for being prepared.
For more information on preparing for a hurricane, visit these resources:
For more information fuel management preparedness, contact Bear Oil Company.
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