Just like everyone else, operators are deeply affected by natural disasters, and yesterday's L.A. earthquake raised the issue again. Fortunately, no one was injured and no property damaged, at least with what's been reported so far. The hurricane that hit New Orleans and other south coast shores in 2005 was a different story. Some operators were very involved in rebuilding transportation in the area after the disaster, and some were driven out of business. Having a disaster recovery plan should be on your Things to Do list - you never know what could happen. The U.S. Small Business Administration website offers some useful content on disaster assistance.
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