Aspects Of Business Continuity,Proper
Use Of Environmental Controls,Disaster Recovery Plans
2.5 Compare and contrast aspects of
Any business continuity planning preferably include the
Disaster recovery plan is also called as business continuity
plan or business process continuity plan. A DRP should include
information security, asset security, and financial security
SLA (Short for Service Level Agreement) is the formal
negotiated document between two parties. It is a legal document
that binds both the parties during the tenure of the agreement.
2.6 Explain the impact and proper use of
There are primarily 5 classes of fire:
Class 'A' Fire: Involves ordinary combustible materials
such as wood, cloth and paper. Most fires are of this class.
Class 'B' Fire: Involves flammable liquids or liquid
flammable solids such as petrol, paraffin, paints, oils,
greases and fat.
Class 'C' Fire: Involves gases. Gaseous fires should
be extinguished only by isolating the supply. Extinguishing
a gas fire before the supply is off may cause an explosion.
Class 'D' Fire: Involves burning metals. These should
only be dealt with, by using special extinguishers, by personnel
trained in the handling of combustible metals.
Class 'F' Fire: Involves flammable liquids (Deep Fat