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How to Quickly Maintain Your Operations

When Disaster Strikes


Disasters like flood, fire, or theft can strike at any time. Do you know
where your employees would report to work if that happened to you?
Does your company have an Emergency Plan? If youre small and
unprepared you could be out of business in the absence of a disaster
recovery plan. How much business will you lose while you are trying to
figure out how to re-open your doors? Be prepared for any emergency or
disaster, natural or man-made, with this authoritative guide. Use this
step-by-step guide to quickly produce an emergency and disaster
management plan.

Disaster Recovery
Procedures for Business
Continuity Management
US$ 595.00
Includes seven (7) modules:
1. Introduction and Table of
Contents
2. Guide to preparing a well written
manual
3. Disaster Recovery Action plan
covering common requirements
and practices
4. 29 Policies and corresponding
forms
5. Sample forms + correspondence
6. Workplace Violence Supplement
7. Complete Index

29 Prewritten Policies, Procedures, Records and Forms


1. Disaster Management &
Business Recovery Plan

13. Disaster Recovery


Questionnaire

2. Annual Risk Assessment


Exercise

14. Disaster Management Plan:


Annual Review

3. Disaster Management Plan:


Annual Testing & Training
Program

15. Emergency Supplies for


Office and Departments

4. Disaster Management and


Business Recovery Plan
Orientation
5. Synopsis, Disaster
Management Plan
6. Disaster Management Plan:
(Items for Review and
Completion)

Choose your delivery option:


Hard Cover Book plus
CD containing all documents in
editable Microsoft Word format
and instant download
or
Instant download only (no
shipping)

7. Disaster Management Plan:


Database Screens

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12. Centers of Operation

8. Sample Personnel Database


9. Sample Equipment Database
10. Sample Facilities Database
11. Sample Emergency List
Database

17. Service Agreement


18. Data Processing Service
Agreement
19. Disaster Recovery Log
20. Chronological Log of Events
21. Testing of Solutions
Documentation
22. Recovery Worksheet
23. Restoration Worksheet
24. Resumption Worksheet
25. Reconstruction Worksheet
26. Employee Personal Profile
27. Sample Facility Diagrams
28. Training Handout

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16. Emergency Notification


Procedures

Bonus Sections
Action Plan:
Special section providing detail
steps that are recommended
to assist in developing a
Disaster Management Plan.

Violence in the Workplace:


Essential information for
preventing violent crimes and
for surviving violent events in
the workplace

Disaster Recovery Policies, Procedures and Forms

Document ID
DMP103
Revision
0.0
Effective Date
mm/dd/yyyy

Title
Centers of Operation
Prepared By
(name, title)
Reviewed By
(name, title)
Approved By
(name, title)

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Print Date
mm/dd/yyyy
Date Prepared
mm/dd/yyyy
Date Reviewed
mm/dd/yyyy
Date Approved
mm/dd/yyyy

Applicable Standard: None

Policy:

The Company will provide for a primary and secondary centers of operation
equipped with appropriate supplies and equipment.

Purpose:

To prepare for safety and recovery as a result of a disaster.

Scope:

This statement will apply to alternative centers of operations and recommended


supplies.

Procedure:

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SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT


The following supplies and equipment shall be stored at the primary and secondary
Centers of Operations, and at each branch, department and facility as appropriate:

Current full copy of the company's Disaster Management Plan and operations
procedures for each branch, department, facility and function.

Building plans for each facility, including primary control points for all utilities, if
applicable.

Complete and current list of all personnel, including names, addresses, and phone
numbers. Current position descriptions indicating routine duties and
responsibilities shall be included.

Complete and current list of all equipment and serial numbers; replacement
information; names and phone numbers of designated vendors; and service
agreement information.

Complete and current list of all emergency services, community resources and
related agencies within each county, or other geographic region, serviced by the
company.

Food, water and medical supplies as appropriate.

Battery-powered radios capable of receiving emergency instructions; fire


extinguishers; flashlights; and basic tools as appropriate.

Master keys, alarm access codes and other security information for each branch,
facility and the other Centers of Operations.

Stationery items, numbered forms and negotiable documents as appropriate.

Sample Procedure

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Disaster Recovery Policies, Procedures and Forms

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Assorted writing materials, instruments and business tools as appropriate.

Non-electrical mechanical devices as appropriate.

Chronological log forms to document all actions taken during the emergency.

Any other items considered appropriate during the initial and annual review
process.

STORAGE SITE
In addition to the primary and secondary Centers of Operations, a storage site may be
maintained at a location distant from those Centers. This storage site may contain items
acquired in addition or in place of the items stored at the Centers of Operations. These
items are to be determined by the Disaster Management Team Coordinators. This storage
site is:
Address:
City:
State:

ZIP:

Phone:

FAX:

Space #:
Keys are maintained by:

Sample Procedure

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