Fire, flood, and blood – these are three times that you should definitely reach out to leadership. You should call the DRC. When the building catches on fire, we kind of need to make sure that we’re aware of it so that we can start reaching out to the client, the client’s property owners, to make sure that they’re aware of this.
If the building is flooding, sometimes it starts with a fire, then becomes a flood. We had a young lady one time that thought she saw demons in her apartment. She set her bed on fire, and that set the sprinklers off and flooded out five apartments. That happens, and we need to make sure management is aware.
The last one is blood. Well, what does that mean? Well, somebody gets hurt, that might be you, it might be somebody else. I had a hotel one time that the front desk person passed out and was taken to the hospital, and our officer was left all alone. We got a hold of somebody at a national 1-800 line in Texas. End result: we got somebody down there, and the hotel was saved. But it was because the officer was thinking and on their feet and knew when to report.
Fire, flood, and blood – know when to report. These are things that don’t happen often, but when they do, it is critical and crucial for us to reach out and share that information. So until next week, be valuable, because nothing less will do. Thank you.