Continuity of operations refers to the process of ensuring that agencies, governments, businesses, etc. are able to continue to function when struck by disaster or a catastrophic event. Such a scenario could be sudden onset or long term problem. Regardless, the disaster life cycle applies to the approach to handling such cataclysmic events. Traditionally, governments were limited in their abilities to assist the private sector in responding to or recovering from disasters short of supporting infrastructure and bringing back utilities. However, this is changing as we speak under the leadership of the current FEMA director. Partnerships between the public and private sector, bringing business leaders into the loop regarding community preparedness and educational opportunities are just some of the changes which have been embraced within community emergency management in the last five years. Business and the private sector have many best practices which could aid and improve local governments in the setting of a disaster and the two would do well to learn from each others’ strengths.
Using the FEMA document under the name "coop_multi_year_plan_guide" in the attachment, identify the crucial components of a viable “FPC 65” COOP plan. Identify a ‘Critical Infrastructure / Key Resource’ organization for your COOP plan, provide a description of the CIKR function provided by the organization, and delineate the ‘essential functions and activities’ required to provide that function or service.
The FEMA document attached as coop-multi-year_plan is most helpful and must be followed step by step, word by word.
Review the FEMA Multi-Year Guide.
The entity we gonna work on is "King Fahad General Hospital in Medina City, Saudi Arabia" Be careful please because in Saudi Arabia we have a lot of King Fahad Hospitals, the one I want the work on is the one in Medina City
Determine what critical infrastructures and key resources the entity provides and uses.
Describe briefly why each CI/KR is important.