How HOAs Respond to Emergencies

Crime, natural disasters, and medical emergencies are usually not top of mind–until they happen. Your homeowners association management company plays a role in the planning and recovery of emergencies–not during the emergency itself. In moments of crisis, such as fire, flood, earthquake, break-ins, accidents or other emergencies, your first priority should be to protect yourself and your family. Always follow the instructions of all trained emergency personnel, and defer to their guidance during the event itself.  From an organizational perspective, proper preparation for emergency situations and a plan to address their aftermath can help your HOA navigate difficult times by relieving the administrative burden that comes with managing the fallout. Here are some effective strategies your HOA can employ to become better prepared if disaster strikes.   Read the article………………


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