With a contingency plan, you gain control and peace of mind knowing that your facility can withstand any disaster and be back up and running quickly. Disruptions can occur at any time. Having a plan and being prepared in advance can reduce the risk of financial loss by:
Shortening the time needed to acquire, install and start up temporary power, HVAC or compressed air systems. In addition, having the paperwork completed in advance further reduces delivery time.
Ensuring that all parties involved in dealing with the outage are aware of their roles and are trained in the processes and actions needed to deal with the problem.
Lowering the total cost of the temporary solutions because any necessary building modifications can be scheduled, instead of being performed under emergency conditions.
Reducing startup delays caused by oversights or problems resulting from improvised designs.
Improving a facility’s operations by identifying and reducing any weaknesses in the system.
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Who Needs HVAC Emergency Preparedness?
Companies operating in all industries and businesses need a contingency plan as part of their overall emergency preparedness plan.
If your company or building does not already have a contingency plan wrapped into its emergency preparedness plan, contact your local Trane commercial sales office or call 1-800-755-5115 to discuss your cooling contingency plan needs today!