Utilization of other owned or controlled facilities performing similar work is one option.
Operations may be relocated to an alternate site - assuming both are not impacted by the same incident.
Strategies may involve contracting with third parties, entering into partnership or reciprocal agreements or displacing other activities within the company.
Staff with in-depth knowledge of business functions and processes are in the best position to determine what will work.
Possible alternatives should be explored and presented to management for approval and to decide how much to spend.
Depending upon the size of the company and resources available, there may be many recovery strategies that can be explored.
Following an incident that disrupts business operations, resources will be needed to carry out recovery strategies and to restore normal business operations.
Resources can come from within the business or be provided by third parties.
This strategy also assumes that the surviving site has the resources and capacity to assume the work of the impacted site.
Prioritization of production or service levels, providing additional staff and resources and other action would be needed if capacity at the second site is inadequate.