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== Summary ==
 
== Summary ==
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Resilience is the capacity to prevent a crisis occurrence, and when a crisis occurs, the capacity to absorb the impact and recover rapidly to the normal state of operations. It is by adding this capability on top of the technical robustness that the site operations team can make a difference.
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Main principles of the OCP CFOPS Framework:
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:- Continuous performance improvement
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:- Cost- and risk reduction
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:- Minimized environmental impact
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The framework is aligned with other standards in the field of IT Management and Facility Management. By leveraging this free-to-use framework it has been shown in real-life cases that not only the operating cost can be lowered, but also reduction of risks through improved performance in monitoring, reporting, documentation and stakeholder governance.
  
 
== Documents ==
 
== Documents ==
:- [https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_Sc4zMoDZHqWG9QRlFqYmdyWGp2Z1BPNkdtdENGa1ZGbFg4/view?usp=sharing Critical Facility Operations Framework Guidelines]
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:- [https://drive.google.com/file/d/1FyTFZ-JLlNgU3YCgpc3B3wprHWtqbNls/view?usp=sharing Critical Facility Operations Framework Guidelines]
  
 
== Revisions ==
 
== Revisions ==

Latest revision as of 16:25, 11 November 2019

Welcome

Welcome to the OCP CFOPS (Critical Facility Operations) Subproject.
This Project is open to the public and we welcome all those who would like to be involved.
Disclaimer: Please do not submit any confidential information to the Project Community. All presentation materials, proposals, meeting minutes and/or supporting documents are published by OCP and are open to the public in accordance to OCP's Bylaws and IP Policy. This can be found on the OCP OCP Policies page. If you have any questions please contact OCP.

Project Leadership

Incubation Committee Representative

- Brevan Reyher (Rackspace)

Project Lead

- Jim Gordon (Schneider Electric)

Subproject Lead

- Göran Svensson (Coromatic)

Summary

Resilience is the capacity to prevent a crisis occurrence, and when a crisis occurs, the capacity to absorb the impact and recover rapidly to the normal state of operations. It is by adding this capability on top of the technical robustness that the site operations team can make a difference.

Main principles of the OCP CFOPS Framework:

- Continuous performance improvement
- Cost- and risk reduction
- Minimized environmental impact

The framework is aligned with other standards in the field of IT Management and Facility Management. By leveraging this free-to-use framework it has been shown in real-life cases that not only the operating cost can be lowered, but also reduction of risks through improved performance in monitoring, reporting, documentation and stakeholder governance.

Documents

- Critical Facility Operations Framework Guidelines

Revisions

- Change Proposal Form
- Change Proposal Ledger

Get Involved

- DCF Mailing List
- OCP DCF Website
- OCP Projects Calendar