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Business Services Emergency Preparedness

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    • Business Services Emergency Preparedness
    • Agenda
      • Emergencies
      • Business Continuation
      • University Plan
      • Building Plan
      • Department Plan
      • Your Responsibilities
    • Emergency
        • An emergency is any unplanned event that can cause deaths or significant injuries to employees, customers or the public; or that can shut down your business, disrupt operations, cause physical or environmental damage, or threaten the facility's financial standing or public image
        • Emergency Management Guide For Business & Industry, www.fema.gov
    • Emergencies Include
      • Fire
      • Power Loss
      • Medical
      • Tornado
      • Winter Storm
      • Communications Failure
        • There are a series of appropriate responses to emergencies, all immediate in nature.
    • Business Continuity
      • The process of developing advance arrangements and procedures that enable an organization to respond to an event that could occur by chance or unforeseen circumstances.
          • Bill Urbanczyk, Security/Disaster Recovery Coordinator,
          • IT Infrastructure
    • Business Continuity
      • Separate from emergency response
      • Ensures that procedures and processes are in place to continue or resume normal business operations.
      • Plans are implemented after a disaster has happened.
      Focus on planning and preparation to ensure smooth business recovery.
    • Business Continuation Priorities
      • Protect human life
      • Eliminate or minimize the risk of injury
      • Protect physical assets (including data)
      • Minimize losses
      • Resume normal operations as quickly as possible.
    • Why Plan?
      • Reduce uncertainty
      • Ensure available materials
      • Speed restoration of services
      • Ensure communication
      • The result is a framework for focusing business resumption activities.
    • Plans in Place Dept. Plan. Business Services Plan Building Plan ITaP University Plan
    • University Plan
      • Manages events that threaten health and safety of the campus community.
      • Emergency response
      • Communications
      • Emergency Procedures Handbook
        • http:// www.adpc.purdue.edu/PhysFac/pdf/safety_handbook.pdf
      • Campus Emergencies and Natural Disasters
        • http://www.adpc.purdue.edu/PhysFac/police/pages/assist/cr_emerdis.htm
    • ITaP’s Plan
      • Responsible for restoration of critical IT-supported systems and services
      • Developing processes and procedures for improving the infrastructure and resiliency of ITaP data centers
      • Improving physical security
      • Developing a recovery plan for the Freehafer data center
    • Building Plan (When available)
      • Buildings in Department
      • Critical Operations
      • Building Alarms
      • Evacuation Plan
      • Emergency Procedures
      • Training and Documentation
      • Drills
    • Business Services Plan
      • Initiated by VPBS
      • Emergency Group membership
      • Flexible plan
      • Set priorities based on situation
      • Annual Review
    • Department Plan
      • Preparation
      • Emergency Assembly Area location
      • Volunteer Buddy System for Disabled
      • Critical Processes
      • Communication Plan
      • Emergency Contacts
      • First Aid Kit/Emergency Materials
    • Your Responsibilities
      • Review Emergency Procedures Handbook
      • Know your department’s plans
      • Know your role
      • Know your exits and assembly location
      • Participate in drills and reviews of the business continuation plans
    • Questions?
      • For more information, see the website at:
      • TBD