Tropical Depression BARRY – Emergency Information regarding our facilities:
Because storms can be unpredictable, we have activated the Reagan Family of Companies Employee Emergency Hotline and this Emergency Information page to provide information to everyone as needed. Both will be updated periodically throughout the duration of this storm with the latest information.
Click here for the latest NHC Updates on this storm…
NHC UPDATES: As of Monday, 07/15/2019 04:00 AM CST:
As of 4:00 AM, Tropical Depression BARRY is currently about 80 miles WSW of Little Rock Arkansas, moving north at 9 mph and with maximum sustained winds down to 25 mph. Flash Flood Watches and Warnings are still in effect for portions of far southeast Texas through much of Louisiana, Mississippi and Arkansas, and including parts of the mid Mississippi Valley.
There is no further expected direct impact to any of our facilities from this storm, only some local flooding and power outages remaining in the wake of this storm, so caution while travelling is still recommended.
OUR FACILITIES UPDATES: As of Sunday, 07/14/19 11:00 AM CST:
All of our facilities are currently taking appropriate actions according to our designated storm plans to clean up any effects from Barry in preparation for our facilities re-opening tomorrow.
ALL REAGAN POWER PERSONNEL:
Most of our Reagan facilities* will be open on Monday, 07/15/2019 for our normal business operating hours.
All Reagan personnel are expected to report to work according to your normally schedules beginning on Monday.
If you have personal circumstances that will affect your attendance, please make sure you contact your supervisor as soon as possible.
* Note: Our Jeanerette/Coatings facility is currently still without utility power. Please contact your supervisor for the latest information.
VENDORS / CUSTOMERS:
Most of our Reagan facilities* will be open on Monday, 07/15/2019, according to our normal business hours and operations, in order to assist you.
* Note: Our Jeanerette/Coatings facility is currently still without utility power. Please contact the Broussard office for assistance as needed.
If conditions change that necessitate any changes to this, those updates will be posted here.