The need for professional crisis security personnel during a disaster is well documented. Local providers are not a reliable source for these assets because their personnel are victims of disaster themselves. Bringing in security personnel from outside the area creates its own set of problems with all available lodging and food resources being used by FEMA assets. What options are available? Click here to find out more.
If a disaster strikes, will you be ready? Past events, such as Hurricane Katrina in 2005, have shown many businesses do not prepare for hurricanes, flooding or other natural disasters. By preparing with a comprehensive Huffmaster disaster recovery plan, you can take the necessary steps to protect your business and recover from the damage. Click here to find out more.
Many businesses recovering from a disaster are limited by the availability of personnel. Your normal workforce is often victims of the disaster themselves and unavailable to work due to personal circumstances. Click here to find out more.
The greatest threat to a business in the aftermath of a disaster is lack of electrical power and a fuel source for portable power. Without power and fuel everything stops. Huffmaster and its partners can provide generators, fuel and refueling services to assist you in your disaster recovery efforts. Click here to learn more.
With our portable housing, mobile kitchens, showers, refrigerator trucks, laundry trailers and portable medical facilities we have the ability to set up a virtual self-supporting city in just a few hours. We can provide hot running water where none is available and emergency food when sanitation and supplies are non-existent. Throughout our history, Huffmaster and its partners have brought emergency response to such numerous large-scale disasters including hurricanes, floods, earthquakes and forest fires. Click here to find out more.
Healthcare facilities are typically overrun during any disaster situation. Local facilities are not staffed to provide the volume of healthcare services for an extended period of time that a large scale disaster requires. Click here to find out more.