Duties of professional Business Planners are:
To perform all professional activities and duties in accordance with all applicable laws and the highest ethical principles;
To maintain appropriate confidentiality of proprietary or otherwise sensitive information from all sources encountered in the course of professional activities;
To fulfill professional responsibilities with diligence and honesty;
To help reduce the impact that unforeseen events have on an organization;
To create best plans to prevent disruption from taking place by identifying important people, processes and equipment that keep a business running;
To focus on developing procedures that protect organizations from catastrophe and return operations to normal as quickly as possible;
To apply critical-thinking skills and the ability to make important decisions under stressful circumstances that require a rapid response.
To foster and apply excellent communication and collaboration skills and strong leadership abilities.
To collaborate with peers to determine the best course of action in the event that a disaster or an unfortunate occurrence threatens the normal operations of your organization;
To help colleagues develop recovery plans that enhance their ability to return to full capacity;
To minimize the disruption of operations when calamity strikes by developing improved processes that are more resilient to upheaval;
To analyze the impact of disruptions and identify the most important issues when surviving threats.
To develop and document plans for efficient recovery from disaster and coordinate training exercises to help prepare the best response from vital colleagues;
To prepare business continuity reports for senior management and to ensure that all critical functions have a backup plan;
To reate procedures that protect and backup vital hardware such as data servers and communication systems;
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