If you are responsible for the operations of a zoo, whether large or small, there is a lot to keep track of when bad weather strikes. Not only do you need to be concerned about all of the people at the park, you are also responsible for the well-being of the animals. Disaster Recovery Services allow you to have a plan in place to mitigate damage in the case of a serious weather event.
Earth Networks has over 20 years of experience in the weather forecasting field. Here are five ways we can help you keep people and animals safe.
Trust Our Weather Collection Network
We have the largest weather observation network on planet Earth. Our network has the following capabilities:
- Ability to receive information from over 12,000 local weather stations
- Access to in-ground and ground-to-ground lightning detection sensors
- Real-time weather sensors that collect data every two seconds
Rely on Our Severe Weather Tracking
Our Hurricane Tracking Map can alert you when a hurricane is headed your way. This will enable you to implement your emergency plan for public safety and to take actions for the safety of the animals. Sferic maps provide you with relevant data on an approaching system when you need it the most.
Call One of Our Professional Meteorologists
You will have access to one of our meteorologists to provide you with updates on developing weather situations. Get peace of mind knowing that you can call 24/7 for severe weather updates.
Install an Automated Alert System
With our Outdoor Alerting System, you can easily standardize emergency preparedness. These alerts have several valuable benefits:
- High decibel warning system
- Standardized and automated equipment, minimizing human error
- Strobe lights to alert hearing-impaired individuals
- Pinpoint data on where lightning may strike
Invest in Solid Solutions
We know that in a dangerous weather event, safety is your biggest concern. We will work with you to make sure each beating heart in your zoo is safe. To learn more about our disaster recovery services, contact us at our website or call Earth Networks at 877-882-1397.