While the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) may feel that typhoon Chedeng won't be as destructive as Ondoy, it never hurts to be prepared when a storm is scheduled to hit your hometown or city. But being ready for things like this don't just mean keeping your home evacuation measures in check; it also extends to the workplace. If you head a team or even your own company, here are some tips to help you make sure your employees and other coworkers are safe while they're at work.

To learn more about how you can stay safe during storms and in case of flood, check out these articles on FN:



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