The Atlantic hurricane season arrived June 1. The Pacific typhoon season arrived a little earlier and promptly sent a typhoon across Mexico.
Many organizations have “hurricane” plans. To my mind, that’s foolish. Any “threat specific” plan is, in my opinion, foolish.
The problem with a “hurricane” plan is that it can overlook a risk within a risk.
Consider a hurricane’s main components.
Storm surge (flood).
Wind is, for the most part, harmless. True, it can blow the roof off a building and that can lead to other damages to a property. And true, it can bring down power lines.
A wind’s main threat potential is carrying missiles – anything it can pick up and hurl along at high velocity.