FXT2 Task3

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AFTER ACTION REPORT SURVEY TEMPLATE

Earthquake located on the San Andreas Fault line

GENERAL INFORMATION

Information Needed
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Name of Organization:

LPHG
Type of Organization:
501(c)(3) charity
Region:
(Coastal, Inland, or Southern)

Coastal
Completed by:

Darian DeSombre
Date report completed:

03/24/2014
Type of event, training, or exercise: (actual event, table top, functional or full-scale exercise, pre-identified planned event, training, seminar, workshop, drill, game, etc.)
Actual Event
Summary of the Disaster:

An Earthquake that registered 7.8 on the Richter Scale which lasted approximately 1 minute caused catastrophic damage to the City of Berkeley and LPHG. As a result of the Earthquake 31 employees perished including 1 as a result of the H1Z1 virus which had an outbreak in the wake of the catastrophe. The damage and loss of life has caused significant delays to the release of LPHG's release of EFHG.
DRP Documents: (e.g., disaster recovery plan, backup plans etc.) Include specific details about the documents, including completeness.
The Disaster Preparedness plan was not written as thoroughly as possible and left little direction to the disaster recovery team. it was missing major information, such as a list of critical services, Employee contact information and vendor contact information. The Business Impact analysis for this type of scenario or any disaster was never completed so there was little information to help the disaster preparedness team as far as how this disaster will impact the organizations operations. The Backup Policy was written thoroughly and included information on the backup schedule and storage locations. It also listed the backup methods used and the length of time full backups were kept for. The document also included instructions to restore data from both differential and full backups, but did not address what to do in a disaster scenario such as this. Lastly, the document does not address

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