For many construction and demolition (C&D) recycling businesses, preparing for disasters doesn’t establish itself as a priority often. However, nearly 40 percent of businesses don’t reopen after a disaster. In a recent article published by C&D World, John Schumacher discusses the necessary components disaster prevention, insurance and risk management and business continuity planning for recyclers.
Read the full story and implement his tips before disaster strikes.
*John discussed the importance of disaster preparedness at the C&D World Exhibition & Conference on March 31.
For more information on disaster preparedness contact a member or our 'A' team or check out our new Disaster Recovery E-Book.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
John Schumacher is a Senior Vice President and shareholder at Assurance. He focuses on insurance placement and risk improvement for manufacturing, recycling and environmental engineering businesses. In addition, he's a Certified Safety Professional as well as a Commercial Lines Coverage Specialist (CLCS). With over 25 years of experience, John’s primary responsibility to his clients is to understand their business operations and help them create strategies for impacting their total cost of risk in both P&C and employee benefits. He engages clients with strategies for effective safety/wellness and claims management to impact the overall health of the workforce. John graduated from Illinois State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Occupational Safety.