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Greg Bell: It is never too early to prepare for hard times ahead

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Over the past weeks, we have witnessed a chain of disasters that would seem to be almost once-in-a-lifetime events. Mother Nature’s destructive power leaves us humbled and awed. We stand as nothing before its fury.

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Envision Utah and Disaster Resilience

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Emergency preparedness is ingrained in the Utah culture.  A recent study found that 78-percent of families have a 72 hour emergency kit.  While we may be more prepared than other places…our population is expected to grow by 2.5 million in the next 35 years.

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A. Scott Anderson: Quake reminder: Businesses must be prepared

Preparedness for a natural disaster does not only impact our personal lives, but our professional lives as well. Businesses can take several steps beyond emergency kits to help insure their business’ recovery, and job security for their employees. Check it out!

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September is National Disaster Preparedness Month. The recent California earthquake reminds us once again how important it is for businesses to be prepared for disasters so they can recover quickly and get back to business.

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