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Ensure Continued Operation Post-Flooding With a Business Continuity Plan

3/21/2018 (Permalink)

Commercial Ensure Continued Operation Post-Flooding With a Business Continuity Plan A Suwanee business needed to have their walls cut because of the damage done by flooding.

If you own a business in Buford, GA you know that even a day of closed doors can mean hundreds to thousands of dollars in lost revenue. Unfortunately, Mother Nature does not care about income, and she can send an intense storm your way that will close your business for days, weeks or even months. To prevent the financial loss that is bound to result from such a closure, you need to have a business continuity plan in place. Here are a few good reasons why:

• Some storm damage is not easily fixed, even with professionals on your side.
• Insurance does not cover the loss of customers or market share, or compensate for the delayed release of a new product.
• While a disaster recovery plan is reactive, business continuity is a proactive plan for recovering from disaster.

Whether your building is at risk for flooding, high winds or hurricane, you need a plan in place to protect against loss. If you’re not sure how to develop such a plan, follow this basic guide.

Conduct a Business Impact Analysis

The first section of your continuity plan should identify the personnel and resources needed to maintain each department within your organization. Have each department manager list the systems, business activities and processes the department oversees and what is needed to continue operations.

Establish a Business Continuity Leadership Team

Even the best plans require a strong leader or leaders. Appoint a person or a team of people to oversee disaster recovery and response efforts. The employees selected should be extremely organized, adept at their jobs, great communicators and able to respond efficiently in urgent situations. You may consider appointing department heads, managers, officers or directors to assume roles on the disaster continuity team.

Implement Disaster Training

Finally, help your employees gain the skills and knowledge necessary to help you help your company when the need arises. You should conduct disaster recovery exercises periodically just to ensure that everyone is prepared.

Make sure you and your company are prepared. A continuity plan is essential for keeping your business up and running when disaster strikes.
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