This is no time to be scrambling for phone numbers.
Information should be included for both internal personnel (CEO, CIO, legal advisor, etc.) and external personnel and services (police, fire, ambulance, security services, utility companies, building maintenance, etc.).
The DRT members will work with emergency services during the disaster and should have access to equipment they'll need during an emergency (cell phones, flash lights, hard hats, protective clothing, etc.).
A business recovery team is responsible for reestablishment of normal operations after the crisis is over.
A cyberterrorism attack might bring down your network but not affect the functionality of the hardware or your personnel.
A bombing may destroy both human life and network components.
Your BCP must be thought out, written down, and distributed to key personnel well ahead of any incident that could cause a disruption to your operations.
Copies should be stored off-site — an obvious but often overlooked requirement. Your company's response to a disaster will depend on both the nature and the extent of the disaster.
The BCP should also take into consideration the estimated costs of moving, setup, and ongoing operations in the new facility.
In some cases, you may be able to recover essential equipment and move it to a new site.