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Business Continuity and You! The Ohio State University Business & Finance Enterprise Continuity Program Quarterly Update October 2008Business and Finance
Importance of Business Continuity Reduces confusion during and after a crisis Reduces loss of life Provides a roadmap to a faster recovery Pools resources if crisis is widespread
Importance of Business Continuity Saves and Protects Reputation of the Organization Lines of business Service offerings Money Jobs
Creation of Plan Identification of a Team Leader & Planning Team Facilitated Sessions by B & F Enterprise Continuity Coordinator Utilization of Business Continuity Software Education and Training of Employees
Phase I Rolodex Creation of Call Tree Identification of key vendors; agencies & OSU depts Internal Key Contacts (OSU) Response & Tasks Command & Control Team Crisis Communication Team Damage Assessment Team Safety & Security Team Alternate Locations Emergency Operations Center
Phase II Business Impact Analysis (BIA) Identify Business Processes Assign Recovery Time Objectives Prioritize Processes Recovery Teams & Tasks Create continuity strategy for each process Unavailability of 60-80% staff Unavailability of key applications/assets/equipment Unavailability of building and all contents
Phase III Assets Identify assets needed to restore each process to minimum level of service Equipment, applications, T-com, vital records Risk Identification Identify risks & mitigation strategies per risk Assign owners & target dates Exercise Preparation Identify participants Choose scope & create scenario & scoring criteria
Planning Cycle Quarterly Review Plan Creation Quarterly Update Drills Education & Training Wikipedia® /OSU
Flow of Incident Response ACTION (+ Owner) Evacuation / Shelter-in-Place (All Affected) Emergency Response (Fire Dept., Public Safety, EHS, Others) Guiding Document Business Continuity (Individual Units / Departments) University Emergency Operations Center (EOC) if needed (University Leadership) Emergency Operations & Evacuation Plan (EHS) Federal, State, Local, and OSU Guidelines Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan (Emergency Preparedness Coordinator) Continuity Plans (Individual Units / Departments) Time
What is Your Role? Did you give the most up to date phone #? Do you have specialized skills that could be used in a disaster? Have you made plans at home in the event of a disaster?
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