Business sector and vital organizations reminded to apply for Hurricane Mobility Pass

The Office of Disaster Management would like to remind the business sector and vital organizations to apply for their Hurricane Mobility Pass for the upcoming 2014 Hurricane Season.
The application process started April 28 and concludes May 23.
The pass allows the aforementioned to visit their business address to assess possible damage to their property in the event that a hurricane can caused damage to parts of the country.
Potential applicants have until May 23 to present all relevant information related to the process of requesting a Mobility Pass.
The hurricane pass application procedure is only intended for businesses and vital organizations with respect to their key personnel receiving an exemption to a curfew.
The Office of Disaster Management is handling the application process for the passes on behalf of the Prime Minister.
The hurricane mobility pass system is a mechanism to maintain public order during emergency situations. The Prime Minister assesses the damage after a disaster has occurred and can impose a curfew if the extent of the damage poses a threat to the safety and security of the community.
The application form has to be completed and submitted to the offices of the Fire Department & Disaster Management, to the attention of the secretary located at Jackal Road 5, Cay Hill before May 23, 2014, with all necessary documents attached.
Applicants will be informed by email or telephone when to pick up the pass at the aforementioned address between office hours, Monday – Friday, 9.00 AM – 4.00 PM.