Being prepared for the unexpected can be a challenge. When disaster strikes, it is easy to get focused on one aspect of business and it can take time to adapt operations.
One crucial component for any emergency preparedness plan is proactive communication. As a manufacturer, you are handling both present internal operational demands and external factors, as well as the potential future effects of a disaster. This resource will help you sustain your manufacturing operations during the current crisis.
Follow these three tips to help you respond to the current COVID-19 emergency:
Remember, everyone is being impacted in one way or another by this situation. Being up-front and gathering as much information as possible will help you stay organized. Be sure to continue checking the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention’s website for updates and guidance for responding to this illness.
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