Helping Businesses Recover So Communities Can Thrive
When natural disasters occur, businesses are severely impacted. Whether your business is shut down for a few days or a significant amount of machinery is damaged, CTEH is here to help you restore your organization to working order as soon as possible. We understand that every hour of downtime can cost an exponential amount of money, so we leverage advanced technology to execute projects faster than previously possible.
The CTEH team of experienced disaster recovery professionals are capable of assisting in every stage of the business continuity process. Whether you need assistance creating Business Continuity Plans before a disaster, conducting a Business Continuity Impact Analysis after a disaster, or plotting out recovery strategies for the future, our team and tech are here to complete the job effectively and efficiently. Additionally, CTEH can assist by managing the tracking and recovery of resources including people, facilities, equipment, materials, and information technology.
Stabilizing Businesses By Serving Their Employees
Following a disaster, especially a natural disaster, a large percentage of a business's employee population could be displaced. We know this can be difficult not only for employees, but can also impact businesses. Through CTEH’s employee stabilization program, businesses can rapidly stabilize their employees’ living situations and as a result, improve their own business stability. You can help your employees and help maintain business continuity by having an employee stabilization program.
Employee Stabilization Program
As quickly as possible, the CTEH team begins assessing the damage to each critical employee’s home and issuing and managing work orders to get the houses safe, sanitary, and secure, as well as working on vital repairs. By deploying an employee stabilization program, companies can keep their critical team members focused on getting the business back on-line since their homes are being taken care of for them.
Program features include:
- Immediate establishment of a call center for employee needs;
- Damage assessment at affected homes;
- Work order creation and management;
- Access to trustworthy contractors on-call when demand makes them scarce;
- Location of short-term or temporary housing solutions for employees;
- Connection between employees and insurance adjusters and other available funding assistance; and,
- Logistics, rapid procurement, construction and craftsman on call, and photo documentation for claims.