BCP Awareness Training. Executive Overview 2004. Presented by: Carl M. Evans Vice President Disaster Recovery. Federal Requirements. OSHA Requirements Standards - 29 CFR 1910.38 Federal Financial Institution Examination Council The Federal Reserve
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Presented by: Carl M. Evans
Essentially, these Federal requirements all boil down to:
“You shall have a disaster recovery plan and a training
program that reaches every employee.”
Employee Acknowledgement form –
For audit purposes, every employee, including senior management, will
sign an acknowledgement form to be retained by Human Resources.
This same form has been added to the New Employee Orientation (NEO)
program, so new employees will immediately become part of the Business
On an annual basis, Human Resources will send out a BCP Awareness
Training form to all employees. This one page form accomplishes three
major auditable requirements:
The forms will be retained in the employee’s personnel file.
Level II is geared towards back-office & branch managers & supervisors.
The focus is on Emergency Action Plans for all facilities and departments.
This training package is geared toward senior management, including those
who will be responsible for providing strategic guidance through a disaster
and the subsequent Business Resumption.
The training consists of the following elements:
BCP - A brief introduction to the company’s Business Continuity Plan from
the distribution CD’s.
ICS - A detailed explanation of our Incident Command System (ICS).
EOC - An explanation of how our Emergency Operations Center (EOC) is set
up, how it is activated and what to do if the primary EOC isn’t usable.
Carl M. Evans, CBCP, CHS-II
Vice President Disaster Recovery