3471 Critical Activities These are described as activities that must be carried

3471 critical activities these are described as

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34.7.1 Critical Activities : These are described as activities that must be carried out in order for the College to continue to deliver core services, and are identified by a process of business impact analysis that has been led by representatives of senior management. Critical activities may be ongoing or time-sensitive, and priority is not necessarily dependent on which of these is most applicable, nor is prioritisation unchangeable over time. 34.8.1 Prioritisation : A CMVM Crisis Management Team, having been formed, will be invited to endorse the proposition set out in this Section that five categories of activities be considered in the context of defining critical activities and allocating priorities: Category One : Activities capable of being suspended with relatively little difficulty, and which are capable of being resumed with relatively equal ease. Category Two : Activities that could be displaced or delivered in innovative ways ( e.g. delivery of lectures using on-line methodologies as an alternative to using lecture theatres on-site if these were required to support expanded services within the Infirmary, or if it became difficult to do so e.g. due to prolonged severe weather or transport difficulties) or unwise e.g. due to pandemic influenza for students and lecturers to assemble conventionally). Category Three : Activities that could be suspended, even with a fair degree of difficulty, and which could take a considerable time to reactivate, but where suspension and reactivation would not have serious health and safety implications. / var/filecabinet/temp/converter_assets/a1/79/a179aac96fba3dd6666396a7b79d8599e55937db. doc 10/11/2019
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Category Four : Activities that would be extremely difficult to suspend and reactivate due to the amount of effort expended setting up the activity in the first place and the extreme difficulty that would be entailed in reproducing the work, or which represent irreplaceable archives of data or biological material. Category Five : Activities that could not be suspended and reactivated without some degree of risk, either in the context of health and safety implications or the College’s ability to recover from the interruption or loss. 34.8.2 Being aware of the full range of activities and services being delivered from the Little France site, and taking into account the actual circumstances associated with an actual emergency, the CMVM Crisis Management Team will either confirm or perhaps modify the priority levels listed above and publish the revised list as an amendment to the Plan.
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