ISO 9001:2015 does not require creating a disaster recovery plan.
It is not required to have implemented a quality management system according to ISO 9001:2015 to create a recovery disaster plan.
What happens is that ISO 9001:2015 in clause 6.1 requires that organizations determine potential risks and evaluate them. If those risks are significant, organizations should implement actions to prevent those risks from happening or minimizing its consequences. If an organization determines and evaluates potential risks with catastrophic consequences it may conclude that a disaster recovery plan must be design and implemented. Attention, designing that plan would be a decision from the organization not a mandatory requirement from the standard.
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