LCEC – Lee County Electric Cooperative




Preparing Your Business

Preparing Your Business

Southwest Florida is at risk for damage resulting from tropical storms and hurricanes. LCEC is focused on restoring power as quickly, and safely as possible following a storm. You must take action to protect your business and employees so that you can get back to normal as soon as possible.

According to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the US Department of Labor, 40 percent of small businesses won’t reopen immediately after a natural disaster. A year later, 25 percent of small businesses will close. Three years later, 75 percent of businesses without a continuity plan will fail.

Following are tips from the Electrical Safety Foundation International about how to keep your business electrically safe during the storm and while you recover.

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