“Every system is perfectly designed to achieve exactly the results it gets,” proclaimed Dr. Don Berwick of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement. It is a simple, yet profound statement. Put differently, focusing on how you go about achieving stated objectives is just as important as the end result itself. As winter approaches in Northeast Ohio, prepare for the worst, with the best. Make sure you are equipped to deal with the potential chaos, liabilities, litigation, and risks associated with snow and ice events by creating a winter risk mitigation strategy. The only certainty during winter is that the weather will be uncertain. Taking steps now over the things we can control will deliver desired results once the snow begins to fly.
Detailed below are five essential features of a winter risk mitigation strategy. Regardless of your risk tolerance level or property type, these are the basic building blocks of preparedness as winter approaches:
It is never too early to plan. Snow and ice is synonymous with risk and liability. Make sure that you are prepared to mitigate these risks with a sound strategy. The professionals at Brian-Kyles are eager to help.