Basic Business Continuity Plan
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A continuity plan refers to an organization’s system of procedures to restore critical business functions in the event of an unplanned disaster. These disasters could include natural disasters, security breaches, service outages, or other potential threats. Business continuity planning enables organizations to resume business operations with minimal downtime, saving them resources in their response to what can often be a serious business interruption.
How do you use a Basic continuity plan?
What your Business continuity plan should consist of:
- Write a mission statement for the plan: Describe the objectives of the plan. When does it need to be completed? What is the budget for disaster and recovery preparation, including research, training, consultants, and tools? Be sure to detail any assumptions about financial or other resources, such as government business continuity grants.
- Set up governance: Describe the business continuity team. Include names or titles and role designations, as well as contact information. Clearly define roles, lines of authority and succession, and accountability. Add an organization or a functional diagram. Select one of these free organizational chart templates to get started.
- Write the plan procedures and appendices: This is the core of your plan. There's no one correct way to create a business continuity document, but the critical content it should include are procedures, agreements, and resources. Think of your plan as a list of tasks or processes that people must perform to keep your operation running. Be specific in your directions, and use diagrams and illustrations. Remember that checklists and work instructions are simple and powerful tools to convey key information in a crisis. Learn more about procedures and work instructions. You should also note who on the team is responsible for knowing plan details.
- Detail a training program: Determine the curriculum and timelines for initial and refresher training. Specify which roles will actively lead training and who must receive training.
- Set procedures for testing recovery and response: Create test guidelines and schedules for testing. To review the plan, consider reaching out to people who did not write the plan. Put together the forms and checklists that attendees will use during tests.
Also, make sure to have a look at this more elaborate version of a Business Continuity Plan.
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