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November 2018

Disaster Preparedness

hurricane.jpg‭If you’re like most of us, the answer is no. It can be difficult to know where to begin and where to go from there. A disaster may be caused by carelessness, negligence, bad judgement or by natural forces such as a hurricanes, tornadoes or floods.

Improved personnel training can deter or minimize man-made disasters, but natural disasters are, by nature, uncontrollable. This requires individuals and businesses to establish a preparedness plan and know where to go for assistance following the initial impact of the disaster.

The NGCOA understands the challenges disasters have dealt our industry. We continue to work on the federal level to ensure our golf courses are extended the same federal assistance afforded to other businesses within the affected community.

Read the complete NGCOA whitepaper here.

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