Safe Deposit Disaster Recovery, Part 3
To avoid pitfalls and lawsuits, institutions must be proactive in educating personnel.
Session 3 addresses disaster recovery.
Disaster Recovery – June 19, 2015
This is a rebroadcast of our 7/24/14 webinar
Does your staff know what your institution’s Security and Emergency procedures are? Have they been trained? Are they capable of following procedures to obtain an optimal end result? Do you have a written disaster plan for safe deposit? What are the requirements? Is your Emergency Organization plan up-to-date?
It seems there are more disasters occurring now than ever before. Will your institution and employees be ready when disaster strikes? Now is the time to determine if you have a viable working plan in place, should you experience a disaster in your safe deposit area. This program covers many types of natural and man-made disasters with information on how to offer the best protection for your institution and for your customers, including:
- 20 questions you need to address in your disaster recovery plan
- How to meet the needs of your institution and your customer in a disaster
- Procedures for handling natural disasters
- How does safe deposit disaster recovery fit into the overall disaster recovery plan of the institution?
Anyone responsible for the above operations should attend including disaster planning team, managers, compliance and security personnel, training personnel and anyone working with safe deposit.
Joyce McLin was Executive Director of American Safe Deposit for 22 years. She is now a safe deposit consultant working with banking associations and financial institutions across the country. Joyce has 15 years experience as a bank training director, security officer, marketing specialist, HR director and safe deposit manager. Thirty six years of experience with safe deposit contributes to McLin being called the expert in safe deposit.
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