Continuity of Operations Planning
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On this page you will find general and specific continuity of operations planning. Though most units completed pandemic continuity plans prior to the H1N1 outbreak, there are numerous and important reasons to create a general continuity plan for use if an event like a hurricane, tornado, ice storm or other natural or public health disaster should occur.
Below are resources for a general continuity of operations plan.
- Guide to Business Continuity and Recovery Planning on Campus
- FEMA Continuity of Operations
- American Red Cross: Preparing for Emergencies
If you need assistance in completing your plan, contact Ron Campbell, at email@example.com, or 919-962-7145.