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Emergencies happen, whether the result of a fire, leaking pipe, or hurricane, and preventative planning is the best method for mitigating damage. When dealing with property damage, it’s important to be proactive instead of reactive, and an Emergency Response Agreement (ERA) allows you to do just that.

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Prioritized Emergency Response

ATI’s ERA helps commercial property owners and managers expedite recovery efforts and minimize business disruptions after a disaster. As one key part of your disaster preparedness plan, it can help you identify your recovery needs, understand the specific steps ATI will take to mitigate damage to your property following disasters, and establish a pre-determined agreement for recovery services. Having an ERA in place means all you have to do is call our 24/7 number, and one of our local offices will dispatch licensed professionals to assist you immediately.

Preparedness Is Your Best Defense
Below are just a few advantages you’ll get from having an ERA in place:
  • Priority response for clients with established ERAs
  • Immediate response, offering emergency services, 24/7
  • No surprises – All emergency services, rates, and contractual agreements are in place before a disaster occurs
  • Expedites the disaster recovery process to minimize business disruption
  • Minimizes loss of business and costs
  • Provides pre-approval by insurance brokers and carriers
  • Alleviates confusion in the chaotic aftermath of an emergency, allowing you to focus on your business and clients
  • Designed to complement existing disaster contingency planning
Disaster Recovery Planning is often an afterthought. For those entities that are fortunate enough to have a plan, many times it has been developed without the benefit of a Disaster Recovery firm. ATI has helped thousands of clients prepare for and recover from disaster events. When identifying your Disaster Recovery Team of internal and external stakeholders, be sure to include more than one Disaster Recovery provider. This will ensure that you are adequately prepared if an emergency or disaster occurs.
Emergencies and disasters often pose major challenges to smaller companies. These challenges can impact their ability to respond quickly, staff the work, and deal effectively with a myriad of resulting environmental issues.

Small firms and franchises often have limited local resources and can be quickly overwhelmed. Their resources may be adequate for day-to-day events, but when dealing with a large-scale disaster or widespread emergency storm event, small teams can quickly find themselves overwhelmed. With multiple emergencies occurring at once, small firms and franchises may not be able to respond at all.

For larger emergency and disaster events, larger firms with scalability are critical. With more resources readily available at their disposal, larger Disaster Recovery firms will:
  • Implement a quick response and recovery plan
  • Limit operational interruption
  • Contain and mitigate environmental, toxic, or biological exposures
  • Be in full compliance with regulations to avoid unnecessary fines and penalties
  • Safeguard all stakeholders from potential illness or injury
When identifying your Disaster Recovery Team of internal and external stakeholders, be sure to include one or more large Disaster Recovery providers. This will ensure that you are adequately prepared if a larger-scale disaster occurs.
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