Briefing Guide for Key Decision Makers and/or Executive Team Members
This document provides an approachable framework for the Executive Team (or key decision-makers) with an overview of the activities that have taken place to support and enhance the organization’s preparedness and resilience planning. The report should be delivered by the individual responsible for business continuity with input from various departments that support the role and responsibilities. This brief should provide an Executive Team with a deep understanding of the organization’s resilience and allow them to make critical decisions when making improvements to their emergency response plans.
Document Resource Dependencies For Essential Processes
Organizations operate within a network and if any part of that network stops functioning the whole thing has problems. Therefore, it is important to work together to ensure that all of your partners are able to function well after a disaster.
Document Essential Processes and Resources
This form will help you document essential business processes, the resources they depend upon, and the steps for recovery those processes in the event of a disruption. Combine this with your contact lists for essential personnel, suppliers, vendors, and business partners for a complete Business Continuity Plan.
Messaging Tips For Your Organization's Spokesperson
When a crisis occurs, it is critical to be prepared while maintaining open and honest communications. This document provides specific guidelines for those that may need to act as a spokesperson.
Helpful Communication Guidelines For Crisis Response
When a crisis occurs, it is critical to be prepared while maintaining open and honest communications. This document provides an organization and its employees with general guidelines to be used while communication during a crisis.
Rapid Business Impact Analysis
A business impact analysis (BIA) identifies potential impact of a disruption to your organization’s essential processes. The results of this analysis provide you with the information needed to prioritize business continuity planning, resource, and recovery efforts.
Not all incidents require a full mobilization of resources. Some are very local events of little long-term consequence and require less than full activation of your emergency action plan.
Overview of the mission of a ERP Committee.
Any event that causes a disruption at your workplace can be news worthy and attract the attention of the media.