Vast numbers of business owners and managers do not know they have a power continuity problem. When you turn the lights on they work, don’t they? But what happens if you have a power cut? The lights may be the least of your worries.
The impact of a power cut is entirely dependent on the nature of your business or service. For hospitals and care homes the financial impact is not the main priority, protecting the lives of patients dependant on life support machines or ventilators is critical.
For businesses such as Data Centres loss of power, even for a second, can have huge consequences on the infrastructure it protects. The bearing of a power cut on banks and financial institutions could impact economies globally. For these types of businesses power continuity is a high priority, the risk is managed and protected. But what about companies with less obvious risk?
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This guide from shentongroup covers the following topics:
- Why do you need to think about power continuity?
- What is the impact of power failure for your business?
- What are the threats to the power supply?
- Types of power failures
- Dealing with power failure - what are my options?
- Permanently installed standby system or generator call out service?