Continuity of Operations Plan
The Continuity of Operations Plan (COOP) is a tool used to help each department or business unit continue to function as a viable part of the entire organization in the event of an emergency. By assessing risk potential, identifying critical business processes, analyzing business impacts of a disruption, creating a plan to mitigate identified risks and participating in exercises or tests that help refine the plan, each department and business unit will be well-prepared to stay in operation or resume operations within a timely matter. All units are required to complete and submit a COOP for their area.
For more information contact the Office of Emergency Management at 313-593-4914 or the Department of Public Safety at 313-593-9953.