Business Continuity Awareness WeekMarch 21st, 2013 by Paul Stebbings
This week is Business Continuity Awareness Week (BCAW). The purpose of BCAW is to provide a vehicle to raise the awareness of the value of Business Continuity (BC) as an integrated part of an organisation’s strategy.
ISO22301 sets out the requirements for a Business Continuity Management System (BCMS) and draws on international best practice. Here are some benefits of aligning your BCMS to ISO 223021:
- The requirements in the standard can be applied in organisations of any size, type or location, making it widely applicable.
- By creating a BCMS aligned with ISO22301, organisations ensure that they are best prepared for a disruptive incident. More importantly, it prepares them to continue trading and return to business as usual as quickly as possible.
- An ISO22301 BMCS protects an organisation’s turnover, profits and reputation by ensuring preparedness.
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Not yet ready to implement a Business Continuity Management System?
If your organisation is not yet ready to implement a BCMS or if you want or need to know more about Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery you should read the book: Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity. This book explores the continuity issues faced by organisations and sets out a range of straightforward steps that organisations should implement as a matter of course.
Resilient Thinking: Protecting Organisations in the 21st Century discusses the importance of thinking laterally about potential impacts on your organisation and examines a ‘thinking’ approach to resilience management. For a fresh look at decision making this is a great place to start.
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