Sept. 1, 2008 -- Disaster Kleenup International, North America's largest disaster restoration contracting organization, today announced that DKI CAT is fully prepared to assist in hurricane preparation and disaster planning, as well as damage clean up and full restoration, for the U.S. landfall of Hurricane Gustav.
To aid with
storm preparation, DKI CAT, DKI's Catastrophe Response Team, has created an
informational website, www.hurricanecatastrophe.com.
created in the wake of major hurricanes in 2004, offers numerous tips for
property owners and managers on how to prepare weeks and months before a storm
hits, what to do when a storm is identified as being on a path to potentially
affect one's property, and how to protect one's own personal safety. The
website also assists property owners and managers in taking inventory of their
situation after the storm has left, and identifies sources of appropriate
relief. Additionally, there are helpful links to aid agencies and other
resources, such as FEMA, the American Red Cross, and DKI, that can deliver
DKI's national catastrophe response unit maintains the
industry's largest inventory of emergency services equipment and the largest
labor pool in the U.S. For those seeking to prepare before a storm, DKI
also works collaboratively with property owners and managers to develop
pre-disaster plans to further mitigate the costs of future catastrophes.
DKI set to assist with Gustav aftermath
September 1, 2008