At NCRMA we know that consumers and retailers alike have to be prepared for the weather. From the mountains to the coast, the old North state experiences snow and ice storms, hurricanes and tornadoes. These types of severe weather and possible natural disasters can have a detrimental impact on business operations. NCRMA, a professional association for the retail industry, has secured a seat at the table in the Governor’s Operations Center and continues to work with the state’s Emergency Management Office to collaborate more closely with the retail community maintaining clear lines of communication and ensuring we are using all information in the most efficient way possible.
Emergency Management-Vendor Re-Entry Certificates
As hurricane season approaches, remember that you should renew your Re-Entry Certificates now. They must be renewed annually. All Re-Entry Certificates expired April 30, 2017, so be sure your company has renewed its certificates before an emergency or disaster happens.
For information on renewing your company’s Re-Entry Certification, please contact Lexi Arthur at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Preparing for a Weather Emergency Fact Sheet
- Consumer’s Guide to Food Safety: Severe Storms and Hurricanes Fact Sheet
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Our staff contact for Emergency Preparedness is Lexi Arthur.