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Business Continuity Exercise

 Business Continuity Exercise: Put your Plan to the Test!

Facilitator: Scott Cave, Atlantic Business Continuity, Charleston SC

This session utilized a common emergency scenario to test the participants’ ability to work through the various phases of response and recovery. The exercise led participants to work through and consider the expected and unexpected issues for employee safety, facility damage assessment, crisis communications, technology recovery, and operational continuity. Participants worked together in groups through each phase of the scenario to share ideas and solutions. Each participant left the session with a detailed understanding of the gaps and issues in their current plans, and actions to be taken to address them. This session was designed both for participants with current business continuity plans as well as those who do not yet have a plan. Regardless of your current plan status, you will leave this session with a clear understanding of your organization’s business continuity planning needs.


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