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Critical Operations

The Problem: Frequently plans are developed without much pre-planning analysis.  Critical operations that are time-sensitive and that directly or indirectly support revenue-generating operations do not receive proper attention.

Our Solution: We spend time to identify critical business operations and to develop strategies that will ensure their ongoing function or rapid restoration.  Our solution strategies focus on accomplishing the ultimate objectives
and do not necessarily attempt to replicate existing procedures.

Narrowly Focused Planning

The Problem: Some organizations falsely believe that if there is good planning in the Information Technology department, then the entire organization is prepared. 

Our Solution: Information Technology planning is important, if not critical, for most organizations but having employees, facilities, workspace, equipment, etc. are also important.  We develop plans that consider your entire business operation
 –  workforce, physical asset and technology components.

Department / Division Plans

The Problem: Crisis response plans for the various support departments and operational groups are often developed independently under a “Silo” approach.  This often leads to plans that are poorly coordinated and
vary widely in terms of detail and quality.

Our Solution: We develop plans using an “Enterprise-Wide” approach to ensure that
no important responsibilities are missed and no “weak-links” exist among the plans.

What Comprises a Business Continuity Management Program?

In order to develop and maintain a comprehensive Business Continuity Management Program, Disaster Management, Inc. suggests a multi-project approach.  This approach is designed to meet NFPA 1600 standards, Disaster Recovery Institute International guidelines, other relevant guidelines and standards and parallel industry best practices as follows:

1) Collection of Information includes comprehensive management interviews and site inspections.

2) Business Impact Analysis (BIA) is an executive management report designed to analyze information, identify risks and vulnerabilities, review emergency response procedures, examine communication systems and procedures, prioritize business operations and establish recovery time objectives, identify controls and exposures, and much more.

3) Business Continuity Plan (BCP) is the central or overarching plan for the business that defines command and control procedures, threat monitoring, plan activation, operational recovery strategies, and much more.

4) Crisis Response Plan is needed to define emergency actions to respond to actual specific emergency situations by business leaders and employees.

5) Information Technology Disaster Recovery Plan is designed to maintain systems and communication capabilities by addressing data center controls, alternate site planning, security controls and critical data management.

6) Department / Division Plans are a set of emergency preparation and response plans for the various support departments, operational groups and other infrastructure entities that comprise the business.

7) Implementation, Exercise and Ongoing Support of the entire program is needed to ensure the plan is effective in an actual emergency situation.


For additional information on this product, please contact
Disaster Management, Inc.
1531 SE Sunshine Avenue
Port St. Lucie. FL 34952

(772) 337-2985
(772) 337-2740 fax


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