Module 3 Develop the Plan. Planning for Emergencies – For Small Business –. Module 3 Objectives. Recognize major components/points to address in an emergency plan. Recognize major development and follow-up tasks for creating a plan.
Planning for Emergencies
– For Small Business –
While components may vary from plan to plan, those listed in this program are generally accepted as basic components required in a comprehensive plan.
How does your emergency plan compare to this list of components?
Authorities and Responsibilities ofKey Personnel
Types of Emergencies that Could Occur (Capabilities and Vulnerabilities)
Managing Response Operations
Schedule and BudgetExecutive Summary
This section of the plan describes the facility’s approach to core elements of emergency management.
These elements are the foundation for emergency procedures that your facility will follow to protect personnel and equipment – and resume operations.Emergency Management Elements
Direction and Control to core elements of emergency management.
Recovery and Restoration
Administration and LogisticsEmergency Management Elements
What is Direction and Control?
The configuration of your system depends on many factors.
Protecting the health and safety of everyone in the facility is the first priority during an emergency.
Protecting facilities, equipment, and vital records is essential to restoring operations after an emergency.
Your facility's relationship with the community will influence your ability to protect personnel and property and return to normal operations.
Business recovery and restoration, or business resumption, goes right to a facility's bottom line – keeping people employed and the business running.
Determine what actions would be necessary to:
In an emergency, allpersonnel should know:
Documents that could be needed in an emergency: