23 Jun You were selected to work on your organization’s emergency disaster plan. Outline what you would include in the plan.? Need to respond to one classmate post. The respons
Please answer the below questions in 250 word limit in APA format with 2 in text citations
You were selected to work on your organization's emergency disaster plan. Outline what you would include in the plan.
Need to respond to one classmate post. The response should be in 150 word limit (please see attached document for classmate post)
Disaster recovery management plan should be planned and implemented effectively so that there should be no harm to people and the no economic loss to the Organization. All potential disasters must be identified to ensure an effective plan of mitigation strategies. Disaster management planning should have a good mechanism that describes how to manage a disaster so that there is less distraction and business closure (Insu et al., 2019).
As a member of the organization in a disaster plan, I talk to the employees about the list of steps to do in case of a snowstorm and we are in office. Let the employees know ahead to have their insurance plans taken for the coverage. If not taken, at least they should be covered by their spouse’s insurance plans. Have the list of contact numbers to call in case of emergency in such calamities and get the emergency services handy such as the insurance agent, builder owner, plumbing or heating contractor, fire department and snow removal contracts. All these contacts are necessary to hold as not all the employees have on their phone and I will take the responsibility to reach out to the concerned people for help in case of emergency. Apart from holding all the contacts, I would plan to communicate this to the business people like vendors, clients and employees. This is for an easy approach to the stakeholders in order to let them know about the current situations. This would help them to withdraw their plan to travel to the office, withhold them in the office before stepping out to the residences. Finally, a snow removal plan needs to be included and implement when the storm calms down (Wade, 1959).