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Failing to Prepare Disaster Plan Can Be Biggest Disaster, Experts Say

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To recover from a disaster and ensure your fleet or manufacturing facility remains resilient afterward takes planning, then testing the plan, revising the plan, and testing it again and again, experts said. “A disaster recovery plan is a living document,” said Mike Webb, regional maintenance manager at Old Dominion Freight Line Inc. Also, companies should have “what I call an angel, someone who owns the plan” and makes sure it stays updated with the latest information, such as key contacts, said Robert Desiato, director of network disaster recovery for AT&T Inc.