EMERGENCY PLANNING SOP
I have updated my Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) format to add Working Remotely to SOP #13, Emergency Planning.
My regular retainer clients are receiving a copy of the revised SOP and those retainer companies that are part of my OPS for SOPs -- my on-line facility for Systems Processing Integration -- www.SystemsProcessingIntegration.com -- are having their SOPs automatically updated by me.
Remember the OPS (Operating Procedures System) is a password-protected online page which houses copies of your SOPs and other primary regulatory documentation... just what you need during an emergency!
If you want a copy of SOP #13, the cost is just $99 -- email me and I'll send you a PayPal money request.
But during this emergency, I want everyone to have the information they need to protect their company. So here is the new section of SOP #13, so you can get ready for remote working if you find your company under lock-down.
 Working Remotely - It may be necessary for some or all staff to work remotely during an emergency. In advance of such contingency the Emergency Manager should:
- Establish an Online Communication System, such as (1) Skype or Zoom, instructing all staff to have access to the system via cell phone and home computer; (2) a Conference Call Bridge number should also be established and (3) a Push Notice System can be established to text group messages to staff member cell phones.
- Designate staff members who are essential to operations and who should, if possible, work from the facility.
- Designate staff members who can continue their work remotely.
- Designate times and circumstances where staff members should call the Conference Call Bridge for instructions or text instructions to staff members’ cell phones.
Please let me know how I can help your company during this emergency.
Dr. Laibow and I are maintaining a COVID information aggregation site here: www.TruthAboutCoronavirus.com
We are planning a COVID Emergency Health Summit; more information here: http://www.inhere.org/2020/03/07/covid-19-emergency-health-summit/