Putting your plan where it counts

Here's a neat way of making sure amployees know what the plan is when they need it.

When I was visiting a retailer recently I noticed that they had posted copies of their staff emergency procedures near each telephone.

That’s a great idea, I thought. Why don’t more organizations do that?

I’ve noticed that a lot of companies don’t know where to keep their business continuity plans once they have written them.

How do you decide where your plans and procedures should be kept? The answer grew into something too long for a short blog entry. See Putting Your Plan Where it Counts.

2 November 2008

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