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The Basics of Emergency Preparedness


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The Basics of Emergency Preparedness

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The Basics of Emergency Preparedness

  1. 1. The Basics of Emergency Preparedness
  2. 2. • With more than 80 real estate communities throughout New Jersey, IMPAC Property Management’s success and growth is a testament to its commitment to property management as community management. The company’s three statewide offices ensure that every community receives close, personal attention and management. As one facet of its attentive service, IMPAC Property Management offers a dedicated on-call team for emergency response, capable of dealing with problems ranging from water main breaks to fires.
  3. 3. • One way to minimize the damaging effects of emergencies is proper preparation. By knowing what problems or emergencies may arise, homeowners and tenants can formulate plans and put together preparedness kits so that many simple, common issues can be dealt with quickly and effectively.
  4. 4. • In addition to water and nonperishable food, a preparedness kit should include a first aid kit and copies of personal documents. Other necessities, such as medications, hygiene items, flashlights, and extra batteries should also be included. Be sure to follow a maintenance schedule for the kit to ensure that the supplies are fresh and ready at a moment’s notice. For example, canned goods and water should be replaced every six months, and batteries should be stored and replaced according to manufacturer recommendations.