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Recovering from an emergency

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Following an emergency, it is important to take steps to ensure your business can move towards normal  operating capacity as soon as possible. Knowing what resources are available can help your business can shift focus from the emergency to productive business operations.

Once the fire is out, the flood has subsided and the imminent danger is over, the road to recovery can seem daunting. Insurance claims can often take a long time to be processed so make your claim as soon as possible. You will need the claim monies to assist with business recovery, but the physical damage is only one part of rebuilding your business after a disaster.

Use the resources below to inform and guide your approach to helping your business recover from an emergency.

Contact the team

If you have any questions about recovering from an emergency contact the Mornington Peninsula Community Resilience and Emergency Management team.


Content updated April 2024

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