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Topic: Hurricane

Download the article by Don Hall, Director of Government Relations for OnSolve to dive into the extra steps, processes and actions COVID-19 adds to your hurricane response, and to your messaging.

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The official hurricane season is from June 1 to November 30, but for emergency officials in coastal states, it’s a year-round task of preparedness. Recent years have demonstrated how poor planning and communication can have catastrophic consequences, with damages still evident in places like Puerto Rico.

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The official hurricane season is from June 1 to November 30, but for campus officials in coastal states, preparedness takes place year round. You need to know how to create emergency and backup plans for students and staff.

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The 2018 storm season resulted in an astounding $50.2 billion in losses. With the devastation of 2018 hurricanes Florence and Michael, it’s no wonder organizations are taking the 2019 hurricane season seriously. The time to prepare is now.

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The official hurricane season is from June 1 to November 30, but for emergency officials in coastal states, this is a year-round process of preparedness. The 2017 season demonstrated the potential results of poor planning and communication, with the effects still evident in places like Puerto Rico.

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The 2017 storm season resulted in a staggering, record-breaking $282.16 billion in losses. With the devastation of 2017 hurricanes Harvey, Irma, Maria and Jose, it’s no wonder organizations are taking the 2018 hurricane season seriously. The time to prepare is NOW.

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