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Hurricanes can create powerful winds, excessive rains, and storm surges. These natural phenomena can damage structures, cause power outages, create flooding situations, as well as other storm-related issues.
Steritech’s free public health information brief gives you pointers and answers your frequently asked questions regarding how to keep food and facilities safe before and after a hurricane.
*While the following tips can help you prepare for and recover from a hurricane, they are not a replacement for a tested crisis management plan.
Hurricane season is a period of several months, particularly warm weather months, when conditions are conducive for the development of damaging hurricanes in regions in the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, as well as the Caribbean Sea. In the Pacific, hurricane season runs from May 15 through November 30, while the Atlantic season is slightly shorter — June 1 to November 30.
You may find additional helpful information regarding hurricane preparation and recovery on these government websites:
Check out our other public health informational pages:
Steritech can assist you with crisis management planning or sewage backup issues as well as any questions you may have about food safety following a storm. Steritech’s Customer Care Center is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at 1-800-868-0089 to assist you with any of your needs.