Continuity of Operations
The University has generated a new, robust digital continuity system for departmental plans indicating how to mitigate, response, and recover from threats and hazards impacting their operations.
300 continuity plans on the platform allow essential units and services to return to normal operations despite the type of disaster/emergency.
The continuity plan may be activated for:
- Natural disasters (e.g., earthquake, office fire, infectious disease epidemic, unexpected death of an essential employee).
- Technological disasters (e.g., data loss, connectivity loss, equipment failure).
- Human-caused disasters (e.g., theft, civil unrest, cyber-attack, bomb threat, terrorist attack).
Continuity of Operations Planning
Guide to Continuity and Recovery Planning
These guides help explain the basic concepts of a Continuity Plan and the steps to take to develop a plan for your department or unit.