As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, several state governments have issued shelter-in-place or stay-at-home orders. This has led to regularly scheduled events and activities being postponed or canceled, and many buildings being unoccupied for long periods of time. It also presents a greater risk for property-related incidents, including theft, vandalism, water damage and fire. Following are some actions you can take to protect your property.
15 -Passenger Van Safety Tips
Any organization should consider the need to replace and retire their 15-passenger vans due to some serious security concerns that are related with such forms of vehicles.Â Weâ€™ve listed some 15-passenger van safety tips for an organization, such as a church, on how they can remain safe on the road while using a 15-passenger van.Â Leaders, drivers and passengers will benefit from knowing and applying these safety recommendations.
How to Prepare for Tornado Season
Are you prepared for Tornado Season?Â Tornadoes can cause serious destruction in just a matter of seconds. It is essential that your home or organization is ready to handle a storm or tornado, particularly when there are people in your home or buildings when tornado strikes.
Dealing with Coronavirus -COVID-19
CDC Resources for Churches
The banner headline in The Washington Post on Friday, March 13th, said it succinctly: “Outbreak begins to upend life across U.S.”
And that may be an understatement. Schools, universities, and businesses are shutting down. But what about churches â€“ the place where so many of us gather weekly in fellowship? There are many answers to that question as individual congregations and denominations make up their minds how best to protect their members: