Disaster management is the preparedness to change and adapt to an un-expected event or change. We all go through a lot of un-certainties and the pains taken to absorb the impact might go a long way in learning new things along the way and also building new pillars for future disaster resilience. Not all disaster comes with a warning. A warning is a known phase with preparedness to a plan-B. We spend considerable amount of time and money getting prepared for plan-B. At the same time we must also consider which is an unplanned disaster management strategy. An un-planned disaster management is your strength and will power to overcome the challenges put across also be resilient to changes in a swift manner.
Although there are many tools that are available to be disaster resilience, major roadblocks still exists in it’s developments and that’s when you will need to prove your strength and resilience to overcome any short term loss. During a disaster management how quick you recover with minor loss of service is considered as best optimum recovery. The frequency at which how often disaster happens must be less. Disaster at your workplace or wherever you live must have a backup plan which is far away from where you are at present. Geographical location must not be any show stopper to move and migrate your plans so that there will be continuity of your services. At any moment in time when given a chance to switch over to a disaster recovery site, one must be able to work as normal with no interruption in services except for geographical changes in time zones.
Our planet earth have been through multiple natural and man made disasters, but yet still it has remained intact in shape and size also resilient to overcome any calamities is yet another example of disaster resilience. So must man made infrastructure and technology be resilient to adapt to new changes and act swiftly when its the time in need for a disaster recovery.