Flood Plan Components: Catalog what could be damaged

Floods March 23, 2012 Print Friendly and PDF



Flood Plan Components

Catalog What Could Be Damaged

Be sure to note the property that could be damaged in a flood. As you make your list, be sure to answer these questions:

  • Is the facility’s property above the surrounding land?
  • What could be affected if two or six feet of water flooded the area?
  • What damage would this level of water cause to the property, buildings, inventory, and operations?
  • What inventory and equipment should be saved first in an emergency?


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