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Prepare for a Summer Power Outage

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Author Erin Elizabeth goes over tips, tricks, and changes that could affect you.

For example, many people don’t consider that dehydration and heat stroke can occur from the lack of cooling power available during an outage. Reminding yourself to drink plenty of water is the most beneficial way to combat those problems.

Another concern is food safety. If a power outage lasts for more than 4 hours, you need to err on the side of caution with regard to refrigerated and frozen food. According to the Red Cross, if your freezer is half-filled and is not opened the entire time that the power is out, the food in it will remain sufficiently frozen for up to 24 hours. If it is completely filled, your food should remain safe for up to 48 hours.

If your warehouse had an outage would you be prepared, or would you be at risk of losing product and resources?

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