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13.Before initiating the disaster plan, identify cut-over criteria.It is imperative to know exactly when to switch to the disaster recovery plan. In some situations, it may be obvious, but not always. Refer to organisational processes on when to cut over to the disaster recovery plan (if there are any). Otherwise, start by identifying the size of the impact and estimate the 14.Accurately document the disaster recovery plan to support the strategy, and submit to the appropriate person for review and for sign-off. CEO Page 21 of 30
7. Operations 8. IT Systems and architecture – outline 9. Business Impact Analysis 10. Key Resources 11. Backup Strategy (how files are to be stored and detailed backup strategies) 12. Incident Response and Activation - identification and assessment of damage, cutover criteria and other actions to activate the DRP 13. Recovery strategies 14. Recovery procedures and processes for each system – (may also include checklists) 15. Review (conducted after the disaster recovery and includes details) 16. Appendix – any additional documentation to support recovery After you have successfully completed the above steps top review and update disaster recovery and contingency plans, you will need to sit down with your assessor and discuss: 15. The key workplace health and safety, legislative and organisational requirements relevant to the task. Legislative requirements will depend upon the tasks being performed and the industry. But all employers and employers must adhere to their own State WHS laws. They are based on a model WHS Act and may vary very slightly for each State.
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