The WashU Continuity Program offers a variety of options to best meet your continuity needs. Some of the offerings include but not limited to the following:
For more information on the WashU Continuity Program and how your department can develop a plan, email Brandon Robbins, CEM, MBCP.
“At WashU Continuity, we believe you know how much continuity planning your area requires. We provide separate worksheets for you to use based on your needs, though completing all the worksheets will ensure adequate continuity planning for your area. As always, we are happy to assist in filling out any or all of the worksheets with you.” – WashU Continuity Program Manager, Brandon Robbins
WashU’s continuity planning process incorporates four steps to ensure resilience during an emergency:
- Understanding continuity and why it is necessary for your area
- Recognizing the functions and processes essential to your department’s success
- Establishing strategies for when resources are lost or limited
- Sustaining your continuity plan through analysis and education
The WashU Continuity Strategy is to engage four core areas of the university to ensure the mission to discover and disseminate knowledge, and protect the freedom of inquiry through continued research, teaching and learning.