Flood Plan Components: Update your inventory

Floods February 25, 2011 Print Friendly and PDF

Flood Plan Components

Update Your Inventory

Be certain your inventory is up-to-date. A complete inventory becomes particularly important when cleaning up after floodwaters have receded. If the inventory list includes the general location, it can help identify inventory that has been destroyed or is difficult to identify. A good inventory also helps with insurance negotiations. The inventory precisely tells you how many tanks and other supplies are missing.

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