If search engine results are anything to go by, state-wide disaster plans are common currency for the largest Australian states in terms of population (New South Wales and Victoria), but not so much in evidence for others. NSW even goes one better with not just a DISPLAN, but also an EMPLAN – Emergency Plan (the Victoria DISPLAN states that the one plan does both jobs). How then do Queensland, Western Australia and the other states respond to the need to be prepared for disasters and to insure organisational continuity?
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There are many guidelines, good practices, regulations and auditable standards relating to Business Continuity Management available internationally and specific to Australia.
The BCI has release a document that aims to be the most comprehensive list available outlining all of the different business continuity management standards etc available. It is divided up by country and classifies them as to whether they are a standard, good practice guide or regulation.
If you would like to view this free document, you can access a link to it here.