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Lowering the risks that your business faces is one of the things that you should be prioritising in your business. After all, prevention is always far better than the cure. Though the individual threats vary from company to company, there are some common themes that run throughout. In this blog post, we will go into more detail about five of the most faced business risks and the steps that you can take to reduce them.

Business Interruption

Any interruptions to your business can be hugely problematic as your clients are likely to get frustrated and go elsewhere. Potential causes of interruption can range from fires and other natural disasters to power outages which lead to loss of data. Your solution is to firstly mitigate against these risks; reduce fire hazards, backup your files etc. If the worst does happen, you need to have a backup plan of how you will continue to run your business. Also, taking out some business interruption insurance couldn’t hurt.

Property Loss

What would you do if you suddenly found that your current premises were out of action? This is a question that you need to be able to answer. Identify potential threats, reduce the where possible and take out appropriate insurance. Having a backup location in mind is a good idea, as well as identifying the key areas of your business that you need to keep running in the event of a disaster.

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Workplace Injuries

Workplace injuries can be a nightmare for employers, and you really need to be doing everything you can to protect the health and safety of your employees. Start by making sure that everyone is properly educated and knows the potential risks that are posed by their place of work. Ask them to contribute with any ways that they can think of to reduce the risk of injuries occurring. And, once again, ensure that you have the proper insurance in place.

Liability

Following on from the last point, you need to reduce your risk of facing lawsuits wherever you can. Reduce any risks wherever you find them including tripping hazards, unsafe practices and asbestos removal. Make sure that any content you produce is totally original so you are not risking infringing on any copyrights. Generally try to run your business in a way that is ethically responsible, kind to employees and clients alike.

Security Breach

In today’s internet-dependent world, it is an increasingly common risk that you will suffer from some kind of security breach. Make sure that you are taking all the steps that you can to prevent this happening including installing up to date firewalls and security systems. Ensure that all your files are backed up, preferably using a cloud-based system that makes them easy to access.

If you have read through this list and anything has twigged in your mind that you haven’t done yet, now is the time to rectify the situation and ensure that you have both protection and peace of mind.

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About The Author

I am a Business LifeStyle coach who specialises in working with artists, designers, crafters and all creative professionals. Myself and my partner Stuart Horrex are here to help you to achieve your Life & business goal and dreams. We have had over 20 years experience in finance, retail,furniture,food,wine fashion,crafts and hospitality.

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