Plan to Stay in Business
Can your business survive if it isn't operating for a day, a week or a month?
How quickly can your business get back to business after an emergency or interruption such as a flood, storm, electrical outage or computer system crashing depends of the emergency planning done today.
Whether your business is small or large, you should have an Emergency Management plan in place.
A Emergency Management Plan is a users' guide on how to preserve your business. In order for a plan to be useful, it must be created before an emergency or interruption occurs.
www.business.gov.au - a Australian Government business resource provides a wealth of information for Australian Businesses including the following guides, templates and checklists:
- Emergency management - Recovery Plan guide
- Emergency management - Prepare your Business checklist
- Emergency management - Recovery Plan template
- Emergency management - Take Action checklist
- Emergency management - Recovery checklist
Planning will give your business a greater chance of survival in the event of an emergency or interruption.
For more information on completing the template and checklists visit www.business.gov.au
NOTE: Emergency management planning may also be known as disaster planning, emergency preparedness, or business continuity.