Tips and Tools for Immediate Preparedness for your Business
Tuesday, November 30th
- Identify outside threats that might interrupt your operation
- Get staff ready for emergencies at both home and work
- Look for vulnerabilities in your essential equipment
- Recognize key factors that require your business to operate at any capacity
- Have a list of key customers, contacts, and vendors accessible
- Maintain a back up of key information, including financials
- Make a plan for your technology infrastructure
- Test your plan with staff and review periodically for necessary modifications
Outsmart Disaster Workshop Recording
Outsmart Disaster presents Resiliency Clinic: Tips and Tools for Immediate Preparedness for Your Business. This workshop recording covers disaster preparedness, Outsmart Disaster’s Resilient Business Challenge, and how to help empower others in your community to become resilient. Click here to watch the Resiliency Clinic.
Employee Training Opportunities
Ensuring your employees are prepared at home is critical for your employees' safety and for your business. the Department of Emergency Management (DEM) offers onsite disaster preparedness classes to help your employees put a plan in place at home.
Sign up for Alerts
The County’s alert and warning systems have grown to notify residents of an emergency in their area early and accurately. Many alerts require individuals opt-in, below are links to sign-up and information on additional warning systems. Sign up for alerts.
Help Improve Sonoma County’s Internet Speed
A solid internet connection is crucial to accessing important information during emergencies when you need it most.
Help us make a stronger network that leaves no one behind. Test your internet speed with the Access Sonoma Broadband Speed Test. Results from this test will help us:
- Identify unserved and underserved communities
- Access state and federal funding
- Expand broadband to get everyone better internet!
Test your speeds now!
Toolkit coming soon!
Toolkit coming soon!