Ch 13 Implementing Security Plan_Crisis Mgt

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Unformatted text preview: materials materials An inventory of all the fire prevention equipment and An where they are stored where Procedures for accumulating, storing, and disposing Procedures combustible materials combustible Procedure for regular maintenance of safeguards on Procedure equipment that generate heat equipment Who is responsible for maintaining heat generating Who equipment or controlling fuel source hazards equipment 9 Steps Contd. 9 Steps Contd. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Implementing the plan in a controlled environment. Dealing with the psychology and the trauma associated with a disaster. Crises management needs money. Preparation and execution – communication to staff Continuity management Crisis Documentation includes: Crisis Documentation Property contracts & operational records Accounting/tax records Current personal records Client records Financial records Insurance policies Critical reports Necessary manuals Critical computer files And any specially developed software that can be easily reproduced Phone Center Phone Center After a tragedy, family and friends will try to locate people Critical to have several phone lines available Counselors can also be called in to talk with family members. Policies need to be developed to prevent disclosing certain information Elements Inherent in a Continuity Elements Inherent in a Continuity Management Program 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Risk management Disaster recovery Supply chain management (with vendors) Health and safety management Knowledge management Emergency management Security protocols Crisis communication and public relations...
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