Contact List for Property Manager
- Maintain and continuously update a Master Emergency Contact List that includes:
– All residents names
– Number of people in each apartment
– Number of small children in each apartment
– Special needs residents/ elderly/ others who would require help evacuating
– Residents who work from home
– Home, work, and cell phone numbers of each resident
– All apartment number
– Email addresses of residents
- Back up the list remotely for access during any type of emergency.
- Periodically review emergency phone numbers for ambulance services, fire department, police, and rescue squads to ensure they’re correct and current.
- Keep phone numbers next to systems used for emergency communications, such as telephones, public address systems, and two- way radios.
- Include contact information for regular service contractors as well as potential emergency contractors.
- Know what your property insurance covers – and what it does not. Communicate this clearly to tenants/ residents to align expectations appropriately. Multifamily residents should have individual insurance policies to reference.
- Back up and store all property records (leases, legal documents, etc.) on the cloud and/or in a safe dry place.
- Establish a designated storage space for post-hurricane debris and damage.
- Be prepare to have a little or no staff if an evacuation order is neacted. Demanding the employees stay around despite the evacuation order is illegal, and it endangers the welfare of your staff.
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