Oncken Insurance Agency, P.C. Blog
As a business owner, it is easy to point out that your team is the most important resource you have. Other resources are replaceable, however, responsible, committed, and trustworthy employees can make or break your operation. Since you oversee everything in the business, it is up to you to ensure their general welfare and morale is taken care.
It is especially true during times of crisis. This includes severe weather, natural disasters, and different dangers. Here's a quick guide of the steps to take.
The sudden flash of light on a cloudy night can bring you shivers. The next few seconds seem like a long wait as you expect the next crack of thunder. You see and feel all the signs. A brisk wind is whistling its way and growing in strength. The pouring rain is rattling on your roof.
You feel comforted by the thought you are inside your home protected from all that is happening. Then you start to think, how safe are you? You know you're safe from the rain and wind. You know your home is built well enough to fight that. But how about against the lightning?
It may seem like a small chance, but lightning can strike your home. So now the question is, can your home take it? Am I safe in it?
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There are times we can't avoid it. Or something significant forces us to brave the harsh conditions. It is a difficult task; your senses are overwhelmed. The loud noise of water pouring down and the whistling wind can mask other sounds. The water drops decrease your visibility. The road is slippery, and you feel less in control. I'd be talking about driving during stormy weather.
When road conditions are unforgiving, the best safety tip is staying off it. However, for the times you cannot avoid it, your undivided attention is required. I would suggest turning off your radio and putting away your phone. Concentrate on your car and the road. Risks increase significantly during stormy weather, and you want to ensure you can overcome it.
There are two primary considerations when driving in stormy weather. These are rain and wind. Let's go through each.