Business continuity in emergencies

Business continuity

Business Continuity Management

Good Business Continuity Management helps businesses manage the risks to their organisation and services, ensuring that the business can continue in the event of a disruption. Planning and exercises can help in preparing robust Business Continuity Plans and identify the key steps that need to be taken to recover from any disruption.

Under the Civil Contingencies Act 2004, local authorities have a duty to plan for business continuity and advise local residents about this.

For further information or advice, contact Waverley's Emergency Planning and Resilience Officer on 01483 523333 or via email at emergency.planning@waverley.gov.uk

Useful links

The Government provide an online Business Continuity Management Toolkit.

The Business Continuity Institute - Through its certification scheme, the Institute provides internationally recognised status to its members as professional membership of the BCI demonstrates the members competence to carry out business continuity management to high standards.

ISO - 22301 provides an international best practice framework for identifying potential threats, evaluation their impact and developing capability to minimize the impact of disruption.

Page owner: Henry Ascoli. Last updated: 12/11/2018 16:34

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