Power Cuts – Are You prepared?
This the second decade of the 21st century and yet power is in short supply. Power cuts are inevitable.
No major investment in the electrical power production industry has left the UK woefully short of electrical resilience and independence – in other words, power cuts are inevitable.
When and where the next power cut will happen is anyone’s guess but they do happen.
Usually only the larger power outages make the media, especially if they effect large cities.
The smaller, localised power cuts effecting 100,000 homes or less , when the power outage is, for example, less than 4 hours just don’t make the headlines.
But they happen frequently, effecting your business operations.
Who keeps the clients?
YOUR company that’s operational 24-7
when YOUR competitors are in the dark.
PowerContinuity Systems keeps ‘the light ON at the end of the tunnel’
So what to do?
First, try out our Business Continuity Health Check.
The Business Continuity Health Check can be found on our home page, or alternatively just click HERE
Once you have been through the Business Continuity health check you will know whether you are properly prepared or what works need to be done.
Action Plan 1 – Let’s get prepared!
- Are your critical systems protected by a TRUE ON-LINE UPS system?
- How long is the battery time, should the mains power fail?
- Is that time enough for you?
Need help on what UPS to buy and why? Then click HERE
Action Plan 2 – 10 minutes is not enough for me
- Do you need your critical systems to run without any power outage?
- Is 10 minutes or even 60 minutes just not enough ?
- Any disruption isn’t helpful to my business!
Then your site needs full Business Continuity Planning.
A True ON-LINE UPS with Emergency Generator Backup is the only true bet. No gambling here. When failure is NOT an option you require fully installed automatic Power Continuity Systems.
For what type and size of generator click HERE
For further help to make sure you are prepared, we suggest you check through the following pages to provide focus and direction, ensuring that when the mains power does fail your operations remain fully operation with no break and no disruption.
Business Continuity explained – Click HERE
Disaster Prevention – Click HERE