Your unit has developed and implemented a mature continuity planning program. This program includes regularly updating and testing your plans to ensure your team has identified and are working towards closing any gaps, and that staff members understand their roles during an emergency event. As you continue to mature your program you will most likely discover new gaps to close, or ways to mitigate exposures. It is very important that you continue with the path that you are on while expanding your training and testing opportunities.
A few questions to start a conversation and guide your work include:
George Mason University’s Success with Department-Level Planning
Katrina, 9/11 and Boston Marathon: Lessons from a Continuity Planner
Tips for Improving Your Plan from an Institution
Continuity Program Methodology for Higher Ed
Getting Buy-in: The Benefits of Continuity Planning in Higher Ed