Sign up today and make plans to attend the Emergency Planning Session for your business on Thursday, July 13th at the Ground Zero Hurricane Museum on Coleman Avenue in Waveland from 10am-1pm. The free session is open to all businesses across the coast and includes a complimentary lunch sponsored by Guy Morgan of Kinder-Morgan Pipelines.
This meeting is sponsored by the Hancock Chamber Greenways and Scenic Byways Committee and the Hancock County Local Emergency Planning Committee, the session is open to all businesses across the Coast. To reserve your spot and complimentary lunch, please RSVP by end of day Monday 10th by contacting Jenifer Lacoste at 228.255.0942 or email email@example.com. There is no fee to attend.
The discussion will be about how small business can prepare for emergencies. A all hazard approach that include hurricanes which are at the top of our minds this time of year, but also other emergencies and interruptions from other types of weather, manmade events, and transportation hazards that can interrupt access and business for days, weeks and possibly months.
Is your business prepared for an emergency and interruptions from other types of weather, manmade events and transportation hazards that can interrupt access and business for days, weeks and possibly months? Do you have a plan? Join us for this session and learn from the experts how you can be prepared.
10:15am Emergency Toolbox: Doug Gurley, MS Small Business Development Center
10:45am Employee Communication Plan: Tracy Yanez, Mississippi Power
11:15am Financial Plan for Emergencies: Chevis Swetman, The Peoples Bank
11:45am Business Continuity Insurance: Angelyn Treutel Zeringue, SouthGroup Insurance
12noon Storm Ready: Lee Smithson, Director of MEMA
1pm Concluding Remarks: Hancock County Emergency Plan: Brian “Hooty” Adam, Hancock County EOC