Natural Hazard Damage Protection

No part of the United States is immune from natural hazard risks. Business owners need to understand and be prepared for the risks that could affect their business, whether it is flooding, severe winter weather or hurricanes. Man-made risks such as data loss or supply chain breakdowns also can have a devastating effect on the bottom line. IBHS’ recommendations can help business owners prepare themselves and their employees against these risks.

Protect Your Construction Site from Severe Weather: Plan. Prepare. Act.

Stop the Flu from Shutting Your Business Doors

How to Prepare Your Commercial Roof for Hurricanes & Other High-Wind Events

Business Protection Lessons Learned: 25 Years After Hurricane Andrew

Tall Wood Buildings Are Gaining Attention in the Construction World

Protecting Commercial Facilities From Power Surges

Protecting Your Business from Wildfire

Commercial Habitational Property Roof Covers

Commercial Emergency Preparedness and Response Planning

The Mutual Benefits of Business Continuity & Community Resilience

Business Resilience: The Importance of “Going Green and Building Strong”

The Importance of Mitigation for Healthcare Facilities

Usual Weather, Unusual Places

Reduce Hurricane Damage to Businesses

Reduce Earthquake Damage to Businesses

Reduce Hail Damage to Businesses

Reduce Lightning Damage to Businesses

Reduce Flood Damage to Businesses

El Niño’s Effects on Winter Weather, Tornadoes, Flood, and High Wind Events

HOT WORK PERMIT PROGRAMS: Helping Small Businesses Reduce Fire Risks