8942 Quioccasin Road, Henrico, Virginia 23229
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Severe Weather Resources

Managed Generator Services is build on proactivity, so staying on top of severe weather and providing our clients with the necessary resources to stay safe is a top priority. 

Signup for our Storm Smart emails or read our NHC advisory summaries on our blog.

Storm Smart Emails

Sign up for our storm smart email service to get real-time updates from the National Hurricane Center and affiliates. Each email comes with an executive summary and a concise, well-designed report to share across your organization.

Residential Resources

Download our Hurricane Preparation guide and our Winter Weather guide now so you’re prepared when severe weather hits. 

Each guide has emergency contact information, terms to know, steps on how to prepare before the storm, safety measures for reacting after a storm and printable forms to manage your families records.

Florida Resources

Please see important links below:

>Florida Disaster – Division of Emergency Management Preparation Guide

>Florida Health Care Association Plant Operations Hurricane Planning Checklist

>State of Florida Agency for Health Care Administration Health Facility reporting system

>Florida Office Of Emergency Management – County Emergency Management Offices


Florida Law Reminder for Early Prescription Refills

This notice is a reminder that all health insurers, managed care organizations, pharmacy benefit managers and

other health entities must comply with provisions of section 252.358, Florida Statutes, which allows for early

prescription refills in the event the Governor issues an Executive Order declaring a State of Emergency. This

mandate remains in effect until the Governor’s Executive Order is rescinded or expires.


Executive Order 23-171

In accordance with section 252.358, Florida Statutes, emergency-preparedness prescription medication refills:

All health insurers, managed care organizations, and other entities that are licensed by the Office of Insurance

Regulation and provide prescription medication coverage as part of a policy or contract shall waive time

restrictions on prescription medication refills, which include suspension of electronic “refill too soon” edits to

pharmacies, to enable insureds or subscribers to refill prescriptions in advance, if there are authorized refills

remaining, and shall authorize payment to pharmacies for at least a 30-day supply of any prescription

medication, regardless of the date upon which the prescription had most recently been filled by a pharmacist,

when the following conditions occur:

1. The person seeking the prescription medication refill resides in a county that:

          1. Is under a hurricane warning issued by the National Weather Service;

           2. Is declared to be under a state of emergency in an executive order issued by the Governor; or has activated its emergency operations center                  and its emergency management plan.

2. The prescription medication refill is requested within 30 days after the origination date of the conditions

stated in this section or until such conditions are terminated by the issuing authority or no longer exist. The time period for the waiver of prescription medication refills may be extended in 15- or 30-day increments by emergency orders issued by the Office of Insurance Regulation.

This section does not excuse or exempt an insured or subscriber from compliance with all other terms of the policy or contract providing prescription medication coverage.

What Our Techs Are Reading

Our techs are the best in the business and have unparalleled experience when it comes to being storm smart. In addition to our internally prepared reporting and government resources, here are some of the websites they visit to stay prepared and safe

National Hurricane Center

Mike’s Weather Page

Tropical Tid Bids

Gas Buddy