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This site has been developed as a tool to inform MMI employees about emergency preparedness and to communicate quickly and effectively during a crisis situation.
MMI will make every effort to remain open for business on scheduled workdays, there may be instances where severe weather conditions or other conditions including health, biological or communicable diseases may make it impossible to do so. In all cases the safety of our employees and clients is the primary consideration.
In the event of an emergency, the MMI Crisis Management Team will follow procedures outlined in the Crisis Management Response Plan. This plan along with supporting business and technology availability plans will insure that MMI will continue to provide client service.
In the case of an emergency, employees should call the employee information line. Employee Information Phone Line - (888) 845-5669 FREE or (713) 394-3000 then dial 411.
Atlanta will be closed.
Sugar Land will be open for normal business hours.
Baton Rouge will have a delayed opening at 9am CST.
Due to inclement weather the Sugar Land office will be closed. Please continue to check back for further updates.
Due to inclement weather the Baton Rouge office will be closed. Please continue to check back for further updates.
The Sugar Land office will be closing at 12 pm CST.
Please check with your manager to determine if it makes sense to come in.
The Baton Rouge office will be closing at 12 pm CST.
Due to inclement weather the Baton Rouge Office will be closing early at 12pm CST. Please continue to check back for further updates.
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