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Disaster Recovery Plan

  • Instant Document Delivery via Email.
  • Add to your existing management system.
  • Can assist in ensuring workers are adequately trained.
  • Customisation instructions provided.
  • Microsoft Word Format (Fully editable).
  • Only pay once (no subscriptions required).

Disaster Recovery Plan

Are you prepared for disasters and accidents that may impact your business?

The reality of natural disasters, such as storms or fires, can strike without warning. Accidents can happen at any time, causing damage to vital infrastructure or harm to people.

Your business operations are critical to you and your worker's wellbeing, so planning for the impact of disasters and other emergencies will give your business a greater chance of survival.

Disaster recovery aims to minimise business downtime by getting operations back to normal in the shortest time possible.

Disaster recovery planning can help you identify risks to your business, pinpoint critical areas of your business and put in place continuity and recovery planning to help you survive any emergency.

The following four steps will help you prepare for potential disasters and emergencies in your business:

  1. Identify and list the critical areas of your business.
  2. Rank critical areas according to the impact on your business - highest to lowest.
  3. Describe the potential impact on the business if a critical area fails.
  4. Describe the recovery procedures to be implemented for each critical area.

Comes with a complimentary copy of the Legislation & Codes of Practice Reference List valued at $19.95

Disaster Recovery Plan Contents:

  • Introduction
  • Review Procedure
  • Document Control
    • Distribution Record Register
    • Amendment Record Register
  • References and Applicable Documents
    • References
    • Standards and Guidelines
  • Disaster Recovery Policy
  • Responsibilities
  • Disaster Recovery Procedure
    • Risk Assessment Form
    • Disaster Recovery Response Register
    • Corrective/Preventative Actions Form
    • Change Request Form
    • Disaster Recovery Response Plan Template
    • Emergency Drill Report
  • Instant Document Delivery via Email.
  • Add to your existing management system.
  • Can assist in ensuring workers are adequately trained.
  • Customisation instructions provided.
  • Microsoft Word Format (Fully editable).
  • Only pay once (no subscriptions required).

Disaster Recovery Plan

Are you prepared for disasters and accidents that may impact your business?

The reality of natural disasters, such as storms or fires, can strike without warning. Accidents can happen at any time, causing damage to vital infrastructure or harm to people.

Your business operations are critical to you and your worker's wellbeing, so planning for the impact of disasters and other emergencies will give your business a greater chance of survival.

Disaster recovery aims to minimise business downtime by getting operations back to normal in the shortest time possible.

Disaster recovery planning can help you identify risks to your business, pinpoint critical areas of your business and put in place continuity and recovery planning to help you survive any emergency.

The following four steps will help you prepare for potential disasters and emergencies in your business:

  1. Identify and list the critical areas of your business.
  2. Rank critical areas according to the impact on your business - highest to lowest.
  3. Describe the potential impact on the business if a critical area fails.
  4. Describe the recovery procedures to be implemented for each critical area.

Comes with a complimentary copy of the Legislation & Codes of Practice Reference List valued at $19.95

Disaster Recovery Plan Contents:

  • Introduction
  • Review Procedure
  • Document Control
    • Distribution Record Register
    • Amendment Record Register
  • References and Applicable Documents
    • References
    • Standards and Guidelines
  • Disaster Recovery Policy
  • Responsibilities
  • Disaster Recovery Procedure
    • Risk Assessment Form
    • Disaster Recovery Response Register
    • Corrective/Preventative Actions Form
    • Change Request Form
    • Disaster Recovery Response Plan Template
    • Emergency Drill Report
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