National Preparedness Month
National Preparedness Month is well underway, so we’re going to be looking at how food retail businesses can prepare for any potential disasters.
One of the biggest issues that food retailers may face during disasters such as floods or wildfires is the loss of food temperature storage records, particularly if your business still relies on paper records. Servpro Industries notes “It’s important to take the time to record and store your information electronically… remember filing cabinets and their contents may be inaccessible or even destroyed in an emergency situation, so don’t depend on them to keep track…Store your data electronically. If disaster strikes, you’ll have the information you need literally at your fingertips.”
With a wireless temperature monitoring system, such as Notion Lite, not only will your stock be monitored 24/7, with alarms when temperature fluctuations occur, but you’ll also have immediate access to real-time temperature data and audit-ready digital reports available anytime, anywhere, via a PC. No matter what kind of disaster occurs, you’ll be safe in the knowledge that your temperature records are being stored safely and securely.
To find out more about planning for a disaster during National Preparedness Month with a wireless temperature monitoring kit, contact us today.
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