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Resources for Equipping Your Business for the Bushfire Season

Numerous valuable and official resources exist to assist businesses in preparing for the summer bushfire season and other potential risks. Equally crucial is the establishment of appropriate insurance coverage, ensuring that in the event of a natural disaster, businesses can swiftly recover.

Let's explore some accessible resources designed to help manage the risks associated with natural disasters and understand why they are essential.

**Create an Emergency Management Plan**

Businesses aiming to mitigate risks must prioritize the development of an emergency management plan. For those with existing plans, it is essential to review and ensure they are aligned with the heightened risks associated with extreme weather conditions.

The Federal Government provides guidance on creating an emergency plan, offering templates and instructions for its formulation.

**Emergency Planning Tools**

The Australian Disaster Resilience Knowledge Hub houses a variety of tools to aid businesses in each state with emergency preparedness. These tools not only assist in the creation of emergency plans but also evaluate their effectiveness.

"An emergency plan is vital to businesses looking to reduce risks."

**Stay Informed**

An interactive map is available to all Australians, providing information on disaster-affected Local Government Areas. This regularly updated map offers general data, details on hazard impacts, and information on areas with recovery and support services.

Additionally, the map displays historical data on past disasters, allowing users to assess whether their area has been affected by floods or bushfires in recent years.

**Follow Official Information**

To address concerns related to extreme weather or natural disasters, it is crucial to rely on official sources of information. State-specific information can be accessed through the following links:

**Ensure Adequate Insurance Cover**

Navigating the complexities of insurance, especially with high stakes involved, necessitates informed decisions. An insurance broker, working in the client's best interest, proves invaluable. These qualified experts can help businesses understand their risks and identify the appropriate coverage tailored to their specific needs.

**Important Consideration**

It is imperative to note that the information in this article is general in nature and does not account for specific objectives, financial situations, or needs. The article does not constitute financial advice and may not be exhaustive. Insurance terms, conditions, and limits vary between insurers. Deductibles, exclusions, and limitations apply.
General Advice Warning: This advice is general and does not take into account your objectives, financial situation or needs. You should consider whether the advice is appropriate for you and your personal circumstances. Before you make any decision about whether to acquire a certain product, you should obtain and read the relevant product disclosure statement.

All information above has been provided by the author.

Tudor Insurance Australia, ABN 19 876 513 568, AFSL 243299

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