K&K’s Core Values / Behaviors List

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The following is K&K Electric, Inc.’s list of Core Values and Behaviors that we as employees all strive to embrace and follow.

  • As K&K Employees we are: Respectful for People and Policies, we:
    • Recognize People are our greatest assets (Employees and Customers)
    • Treat Others as They wish to be treated / Respect Others’ values
    • Create Win-Win situations
    • Stand behind what we Say / Do what we say we will do
    • Strive to Provide Positive Reinforcement (Positive reinforcement is key to respect)
    • Remain Humble with Confidence
    •  “Seek first to understand, then to be understood”
  • As K&K Employees we are: Customer Driven and Focused with Urgency, we:
    • Do what is best for our Customers
    • Deliver Value and Results
    • Stand behind our work / Are Quality Driven
    • Remain Professional
    • Make and Honor Commitments
    • Acknowledge Requests from Customers and Employees in a Timely manner
  • As K&K Employees we are: Solution Oriented, we:
    • Practice Blameless Problem Solving
    • Present Solutions to Problems (Problems without Solutions are just Complaints)
    • Seek the Truth / Get all necessary information first
    • Tell People only what they need to know and all that they need to know, the first time
    • Go the extra mile / Recognize No challenge as too difficult
    • Turn Problems into Opportunities
  • As K&K Employees we are: Accountable, we:
    • Take ownership of our work / Help others do the same
    • Are proud of our work
    • Are responsible for our roles
    • Work Smarter Not Harder / Plan ahead
  • As K&K Employees we are: Growing Together, we:
    • Reinforce and Build Team bonds
    • Constantly Learn new things / Grow Professionally and Personally
    • Continually Improve / View “Good enough” as stagnation

Hurricane Resources

Atlantic Hurricane

Hurricanes and tropical storms are a reality for the Southeastern United States including Florida. This post is intended to provide links to various Hurricane-related resources to help keep you informed about hurricanes. Stay informed and stay safe.

What is an [Atlantic] Hurricane: “An Atlantic hurricane or tropical storm is a tropical cyclone that forms in the Atlantic Ocean, usually between the months of June and November. A hurricane differs from a cyclone or typhoon only on the basis of location. A hurricane is a storm that occurs in the Atlantic Ocean and northeastern Pacific Ocean, a typhoon occurs in the northwestern Pacific Ocean, and a cyclone occurs in the south Pacific or Indian Ocean.” (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atlantic_hurricane)


Weather Info with Alerts, Maps and Forecasts

Weather Alerts

Safety Info

Other Hurricane/Storm-Related Resources

Weather Info with Alerts, Maps and Forecasts

NOAA: National Hurricane Center – Provides maps of current tropical disturbances, storms, and hurricanes along with forecast projections updated regularly

Weather Underground: Hurricane and Tropical Cyclones – Shows advisories and details about current hurricanes and tropical cyclones

WeatherBug: Hurricane and Storm Tracker – A map showing current tropical storms and hurricanes

Mike’s Weather Page – Provides links to many different maps and resources all updated regularly. A bit of information-overload but a great resource.

Weather Alerts

NOAA: Weather Enterprise Resources: Alerts – “The National Weather Service (NWS) provides alert and warning information through official dissemination sources, including NOAA Weather RadioNOAA Weather Wire Service, and Weather.gov to the public, and the iNWS service for core partners (emergency management community, water resources management community, government partners of an NWS office, or members of the electronic media who need direct interaction with NWS).” – This page contains links to various commercial alerting resources for various delivery options.

Safety Info

Safety and Preparedness Pages

NOAA: Hurricane Safety Tips and Resources

National Weather Service: Hurricane Preparedness

Ready.gov: Hurricanes

Red Cross: Hurricane Preparedness / Hurricane Safety

Asbestos.com: Hurricanes and Asbestos Exposure – “Natural disasters such as wildfires, hurricanes, floods and tornadoes can damage asbestos-containing materials and lead to asbestos exposure among first responders, cleanup crews and nearby residents. Learn how to prevent asbestos exposure when preparing for and cleaning up after a natural disaster.” (by the Mesothelioma Center)

Fixed Resources

WESH 2 NEWS Hurricane Survival Guide 2020 (PDF)

ESFi Hurricane Safety (PDF)

10 Tips for Dummies Portable Generator Safety

Other Hurricane/Storm-Related Resources

NASA / NOAA: Aircraft Tracker from the NASA Airborne Science Program – This page provides a map and detailed information about NASA and NOAA aircraft including “storm-chasing” planes

NOAA: Hurricane Imagery – This page has a map that shows current weather maps including those for active and recent hurricanes and storms

NOAA: GOES (Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite)

“The Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite (GOES), operated by the United States’ National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)’s National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service division, supports weather forecasting, severe storm tracking, and meteorology research. … The GOES system uses geosynchronous satellites that, since the launch of SMS-1 in 1974, have been a basic element of U.S. weather monitoring and forecasting.” (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geostationary_Operational_Environmental_Satellite)

GOES Image Viewer – This page shows a map where you can select specific regions and/or storms and view highly-detailed maps including animated maps of visible RGB and nighttime IR views

Storm Imagery – Lists current storms and hurricanes and provides links to the GOES Image Viewer pages for those storms

Disclaimer: This post is intended to be informational only and not to be used as an official forecast. Watch local and national NEWS for your official weather making decisions.

COVID-19 Coronavirus Resources

Coronavirus CDC Image

Recently Updated 9/3/20: K&K Electric, Inc. continues to monitor the status of the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic. We have gathered various resources to help K&K employees, customers, vendors, and the general public have access to needed information about this ever-changing time.

As an electrical contractor that offers essential services to other essential businesses, we will remain operational during localized stay-at-home orders while taking the utmost precautions during this time (eg. utilizing remote access, having our office deep cleaned weekly, etc.).

Note: the most recent addition(s) are highlighted in orange.

General Resources

CDC – COVID-19 Provisional Counts – Weekly Updates by Select Demographic and Geographic Characteristics: Comorbidities

Guidelines for Opening up Florida from the Re-Open Florida Task Force (4/29/20)

CDC – Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) – Symptom Checker and FAQs

WHO (World Health Organization) – Coronavirus disease 2019

Interactive Map of Global Cases – Coronavirus COVID-19 – Johns Hopkins

General Resources (Older)

Masks mandatory [in public spaces] in Orange County starting Saturday (6/20/2020)

Seminole County – Emergency Executive Orders (Including Reopening with COVID-19 Precautions)

Resource Pages

COVID-19: Reopening America Resource Center – Insurance Office of America

Coronavirus Outbreak Resource Page – Marsh & McLennan Agency

Coronavirus Resource Center – Marcum LLP – Accountants and Advisors

Business Articles and Documents

CDC – Interim Guidance for Businesses and Employers to Plan and Respond to Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

Proactive Steps for Employers to Take in Light of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Outbreak – Cooley

Employher Guidance Regarding COVID-19 (The Corona Virus) – The Kullman Firm (3/13/20)

Comprehensive FAQs For Employers On The COVID-19 Coronavirus – Fisher Phillips (3/3/20)


The CARES Act & SBA Disaster Relief – Vistage (3/30/2020)

Living by the Numbers: Accounting & Finance Strategies to Keep Your Business Safe. – TGG (3/24/2020)