Disaster Planning Storage

Let Spacesaver Storage Solutions Help You With Disaster Storage

Disasters — No one wants to think about them, but everyone needs to be ready. Spacesaver Storage Solutions can help you with your needs in Virginia and Metro D.C.
Disaster planners often stage hurricane shelters in schools or other public buildings.
Sometimes disaster planners will need more materials and other items stored and only have a limited amount of space available.
Spacesaver Storage Solutions can install equipment lift platforms on a wall to help create instant extra space and get materials off of the floor   The amount extra space can be incredible in a time of disaster. Sometimes the best solution is just a matter of looking up!  Let us know how we can help your planning.

Disaster Planning Storage increase space for disaster supplies

Disaster Planning is also necessary for businesses. Companies need to have disaster planning storage space available.

Terrorist attacks, natural disasters, and regional power outages from the past several years have all highlighted the low levels of disaster preparedness that exist at many firms. Supply chain disruptions caused by external events can have a significant financial and operational impact on firms not properly prepared. therefore, improving disaster preparedness in supply chains is critical.

Prevention – Make sure to adhere to the guidelines related to environmental safety, storage, use and handling of your collections. Regularly inspect the building fabric in relation to your storage space and identify any past issues or potential risks. Be on alert for patterns that could lead to a disaster (e.g., leaves clogging outside drains causing water backup around basement window). Keeping everything in order can help minimize the chances of an accident occurring. Wherever possible, avoid below-ground or attic storage locations.

Preparedness – Create an ACTION PLAN! A well-crafted disaster plan is critically important if you ever encounter an emergency situation like flooding, fires, pest/mold infestations or accidents (e.g., shelving collapse). It should include tasks such as assigning staff and contacts responsible for responding/salvaging materials, setting up salvage priorities and procedures, insurance coverage information, communication protocols, payroll records and cataloging details.

Gain valuable knowledge on how to assess disasters effectively and carry out appropriate responses by taking advantage of available resources that offer training on communications and salvage techniques.

Response –
If calamity strikes, follow safety protocols and seek professional assistance. Don’t take risks – leave it to the pros! And while you’re preparing for any possible disasters, why not set up some extra storage space at your business? Spacesaver Storage Solutions can help make sure you have a secure place to store supplies, equipment and important documents so that when disaster does strike, you’ll be one step ahead.

Do you need to increase the storage capability of your disaster planning space?