Monitor business recovery using a checklist
Once a crisis has passed and it is safe to return to your premises, there are a number of steps you may need to take.
Why you should use a checklist
Having key actions written down means you don't need to spend time trying to remember important steps. Checklists also support task delegation.
As part of your recovery plan, a checklist can support your assessment of the extent of any damage after a crisis and help you monitor the recovery process.
This checklist supports you to customise the checklist in your business continuity plan.
Download the business continuity plan template
This template includes a recovery section.
Complete the checklist to identify the actions your business should take in the event of a crisis, incident or emergency, then complete the recovery section in the template.
Download the business continuity planning template.
Crisis and recovery checklist
Details of the crisis
Contact your insurer
Emotional and crisis support
Review your recovery processes
- Learn about Queensland natural disaster assistance.
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- Learn how to write a business continuity plan.
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- Find tips on how to help your business manage a reputation incident.
- Last reviewed: 24 Nov 2022
- Last updated: 28 Feb 2023