Depositit Delivers Businesses with a Complimentary Resource Guide For Flood Protection
08/14/2012

Business Continuity Specialists Depositit create directory to support companies affected by flooding.

Online PR News – 14-August-2012 – London, England – With flooding becoming a more frequent occurrence on a damaging scale, and affecting businesses in many ways, Depositit a leading provider of Business Continuity solutions to small businesses throughout the UK and Europe has created a quick view directory of suppliers, agencies and products to help businesses stay afloat during the rainy season.

The information allows companies to access the Environment agency, National Flood Forum and other useful resources very quickly and also links to an Interactive UK map created by Shoothill displaying flood areas in real time.

Depositit are also providing all UK businesses with a complimentary Emergency ALERT system and Business SAFE that allows users to safely store key emergency details and contact numbers in a watertight secure area completely off-site with easy access from wherever they are in the world.

Depositit Sales Director, Anthony Ryb comments:
“We have been supporting companies with Business continuity products for over a decade and noticed year on year more and more companies become affected by the severe floods. We have been in touch with the national media, trade press and specialist flood agencies to put a framework in place and made a decision to host a single page directory ourselves in order to support UK Businesses. In addition we will be providing every company with some of our own Business continuity tools free of charge to further demonstrate our commitment and support against flooding.

In England, 5.2 million properties are at risk of flooding. Of these, 1.4 million are at risk from rivers or the sea alone, 2.8 million are at risk from surface water alone and 1 million are at risk from both. There are also an estimated 200 homes at risk of complete loss to coastal erosion in the next 20 years. It is possible 2,000 more could become at risk over this period. Source DEFRA: http://www.defra.gov.uk/environment/flooding/