Have you created your business flood plan yet?

Many businesses in the UK are at risk of flooding. Is yours one of them? Shockingly, as many as 40% of businesses do not reopen after suffering from a flood. Reduce the impact of flooding by planning & preparing.

Shockingly, as many as 40% of businesses do not re-open after suffering from a flood. By planning, preparing, and making your business more resilient, you can aim to reduce the impact of flooding to help with business continuity.

Planning ahead for flooding will ensure that you can respond to the incident in the most efficient way. You can do this by creating a basic plan of action, signing up multiple people to receive flood alerts and warnings and considering your insurance options.

It is always a good idea to create a flood plan if your business is situated in a flood risk area, even if it has never been flooded before. It ensures that in the case of receiving a flood alert or warning, you are prepared to take action, can deploy any temporary resistance measures efficiently, and are best prepared to protect the property and contents from the impacts of flooding. This will minimise financial losses and help with business continuity.

The Flood Hub contains a wealth of information and resources to support businesses to plan effectively for flooding. This business flood planning guide outlines all the steps you need to take to complete a flood plan for your business. You can also download this printable business flood plan, containing a pre-populated example flood plan and a blank plan to complete for your business.

From creating a flood plan to protecting your products, there are many resources available to help you plan and prepare for flooding to your business and ease the recovery process that follows.

Why not visit The Flood Hub now and utilise the resources available to get started on your own flood risk plan?