It is necessary for the BRT leader to closely monitor progress of the individual recovery tasks during this phase. Difficulties experienced by one group of persons could have a significant affect on other dependent tasks. It is important also to ensure that each task is properly resourced and that the efforts required to restore normal business operations have not been under-estimated.
This section of the BCP should contain information needed for regular monitoring of progress. The tasks to be achieved should be listed together with estimate of when each task is expected to be completed. It should also contain information on resources and related information including :
Where progress is not maintained at an adequate level, there is a necessity to have escalation procedures in place so that top management are kept fully informed of the implications of delay.
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