Weather preparedness and response are key factors in helping to keep your organization's employees safe and your business running with minimal interruptions.
PMA's risk control experts share their seasonal weather preparedness and response information here. Whether your region is facing the threat of hurricanes, snow and freezing rain, or anything in between, PMA is here to help with simple before and after suggestions for minimzing the impact to your business—and most importantly—your people.
Snow, ice, wind, and low temperatures in cold weather climates can create incredibly dangerous conditions.
Spring is a beautiful time of year, but its extreme precipitation can cause flooding, devastating interruptions to your business, and danger for your employees.
Hurricanes, tornadoes, and windstorms are some of the most destructive weather events we face—and they require significant upfront preparations.
Over the past several years many states in the western region of the United States have experienced exceedingly high temperatures over a long period of time. This, coupled with periods of lower-than-average rainfall, has created the opportunity for an abundance of wildfires to occur. Aside from the damage these fires cause, they also bring health hazards that can be potentially dangerous for employees, especially those who work outdoors.