Work Area Recovery


The component of recovery and continuity that deals specifically with the relocation of a key function or department in the event of a disaster, including personnel, essential records, equipment supplies, work space, communication facilities, work station computer processing capability, fax, copy machines, mail services, etc. Office recovery environment complete with necessary office infrastructure (desk, telephone, workstation, hardware, communications).

 Source: BCI/DRJ

Work Area Recovery is the process of restoring a workspace to its original state after a disaster or disruption. It involves restoring furniture, equipment, technology, and other physical components of the workspace, as well as any data or digital assets that may have been lost.