The Site-Level Planning module helps users set up an effective resilience planning process by creating a core resilience planning team, identifying and engaging site-level leadership and key stakeholders, collecting relevant planning information, identifying site-level resilience priorities, defining the scope and boundaries of the assessment, and identifying critical functions at the site. Since hazards and threats and the capability to handle them are site-specific, and knowledge of site systems is often understood best by site personnel, the site is the primary planning unit in the Technical Resilience Navigator (TRN). A “site” refers to an independently managed building or campus that carries out specific organizational missions.
Having direction and support from organizational and site-level leadership is often critical for successful resilience planning efforts and, ultimately, for project implementation. The Site-Level Planning module sets up the TRN resilience planning process in a way that will leverage existing data and site expertise, generate leadership buy-in, and establish a framework for documenting information for use in subsequent modules.
- An established resilience planning team
- Buy-in from organizational and site leadership
- Documentation of relevant plans and policies
- Established resilience priorities
- A defined resilience planning scope and boundaries statement
- Identified critical missions and functions
- Criticality weighting factors established for each critical function
- Preliminary list of resilience gaps
Status, Assignments, and Resources
|1:||Establish Resilience Planning Team and Engage Stakeholders||
|2:||Collect and Review Relevant Information||
|3:||Define Site-Level Resilience Priorities and Scope and Boundaries||
|4:||Identify Critical Functions||
|5:||Recognize Resilience Gaps||