Accident caused by external events

Accident caused by external events

Living in different places across most of the United States, I found the extent to which natural disasters can prevent and even suspend the enterprise. For example, a hurricane – a great example of an accident caused by an external event. You have to get out and start the evacuation, rainfall can cause enormous damage, or worse, you have no need power supply, electric power is turned off, etc. In addition, in California there are more fires and earthquakes, the Midwest tornadoes are frequent, and in New England occasional snow storms interrupted power supply and covered the road, do not forget to floods and storms.
Events causing the accident does not have to be as great as an earthquake or hurricane George (George). Are clearly hazardous fires in a building office parking lot, as well as the breakthrough of water pipe that caused the water fills the part of your building. Even if the accident is not directly affected by your office, you will feel its effects. Several years ago in one of the cities of Virginia, where I lived, there was a great flood. I live and work on the top of a hill, so did not notice anything but a heavy rain. However, my phone did not work for two days, as the river that flows through the city, has risen by 30 feet and flooded the phone lines.
If you’re running a network using remote access, a failure of telephone lines – a relatively small accident (do not directly affect the network), if measured in terms of difficulty or impossibility of the normal conduct of business.
So the idea. Events may not affect you directly, but they can break all your work.