Free PDF download: Business Continuity and ISO 22301 – Preparing for disruption
The extreme events of recent years with wide-reaching business disruption, including COVID-19 lockdowns and the 2021 Suez Canal obstruction, have made organisations look at business continuity planning with fresh eyes.
In any organisational endeavour, a key component of success is that you can operate without being interrupted by unforeseeable factors (or, for that matter, foreseeable factors). To do this, you need to develop an array of contingencies to ensure that resources and productivity are not disrupted by black swan events or more commonplace incidents.
Read this paper to:
- Learn about the fundamental components of best-practice business continuity management, including:
- Risk assessment;
- Business impact analysis; and
- Business continuity plans.
- Discover our step-by-step approach to implementing an effective BCMS (business continuity management system) aligned to ISO 22301:2019.