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Disaster Management Plan
This paper tailors a disaster management plan to serve as a guide in disaster management planning development and implementation for an insurance company in Miami.
# 115903 | 1,266 words | 3 sources | APA | 2009 | US
Published on Aug 18, 2009 in Business (Companies) , Business (Business Plans)


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Description:

This paper describes a disaster management plan for an insurance company that suffered recent losses from a hurricane. The writer details the various stages of developing a risk mitigation plan for the organization that is realistic, workable and tailored specifically to the organization. The writer explains how this process involves design, development, implementation, and dissemination to the organization stakeholders. Also integral are assessment, practice, and simulation, along a continuum of constant updating of the plan to ensure that the plan is relevant and appropriate as indicated by trending. This paper contains a figure.

Outline:
Scenario
Disaster Plan
Objective
The Need of a Disaster Management Plan
Coordination and Integration of Networks
Disaster Management Plan Tailored to Organization
Clearly Stated Plans Disaster Mitigation and Recovery
Simulation for Testing and Practice
Prevention, Mitigation, and Continuity of the Organization
Testing, Assessment, and Practice Following by Ongoing RM
Security in the Organization
Summary and Conclusion

From the Paper:

"Also important in this plan will be the component of effective coordination with public authorities. This will involve the establishment of policies as well as procedural methods in what will serve as a continuum of collaborative interaction with the organizations: (1) employees; (2) employee's families; (3) key customers; (4) Critical suppliers; (5) owners/stockholders, and corporate management during a crisis. Execution of the plan is dependent upon first defining the problem with clarity and understanding the various roles and levels of accountabilities among the various levels of management in the organization and as well teams must be identified along with their respective responsibilities; Risk evaluation will include the examination of loss potentials or 'threats' that present to the organization which include those of the nature of: (1) natural ; (2) manmade; (3) accidental; (4) intention; (5) internal; and (6) external."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Garris, Leah B. (2008) Put Your Disaster Plan to the Test. March 2008. Buildings.com Online available at: http://www.buildings.com/articles/detail.aspx?contentID=5738
  • Howard, Lisa S. (1997) Tailor Disaster Plans to Organization: RM (Risk Management) National Underwriter Property and Casualty Risk & Benefits Management May 1997.
  • Wold, Geoffrey H. (1997) Disaster Recovery Planning Process. Disaster Recovery World 1997. Online available at: http://www.drj.com/new2dr/w2_002.htm. Garris, Leah B. (2008) Put Your Disaster Plan to the Test. March 2008. Buildings.com Online available at: http://www.buildings.com/articles/detail.aspx?contentID=5738

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