From a business perspective, the most important part of the BCP is the Business Recovery Phase. This phase deals with restoring normal business operations in the fastest possible time. This process needs to be carefully managed and controlled in order to ensure optimum use of resources with correct prioritisation applied to key tasks.
The section contains information on the structure of business recovery process covering the management and organisation activities necessary to ensure smooth implementation of the continuity procedures.
BC 050101 Mobilising the Business Recovery Team
BC 050102 Assessing extent of damage and business impact
BC 050103 Preparing specific recovery plan
BC 050104 Monitoring progress
BC 050105 Keeping everyone informed
BC 050106 Handing Business Operations Back to Regular Management
BC 050107 Preparing Business Recovery Phase Report
(Click on a reference number above to access that topic directly)
At each Chapter and Section level, the Plan contains a Process Control Summary to be used to ensure that each section of the plan has been completed and reviewed. The Process Control Summary should contain the activity start date, and also a date reflecting each time that chapter, section or topic was updated.
The Process Control Summary for Section BC 050100 Managing the Business Recovery Phase may be accessed by clicking here.
This information is derived from the BCP Generator
For further information about the Business Continuity Plan Generator, visit