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While the format of a Business Continuity Plan – BCP, is best left simple for ease of use in an emergency, the amount of thought and effort which goes into the plans is anything but simple. However, by completing the steps in Ray Tierney’s article and developing your plan, you give yourself every opportunity for avoiding a disaster in the first place, minimizing a disaster that cannot be avoided (and controlling your response costs), reestablishing your CBFs as soon as possible, and – most importantly – surviving the event.
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