Business Continuity Management
How prepared are you? - How to plan for the worst and what to do when it happens.
This toolkit will help you to identify those parts of your organisation that you can't afford to lose - such as information, stock, premises, staff - and to plan how to maintain these, if an incident occurs.
Business Continuity Management (BCM) is about identifying those parts of your organisation that you can't afford to lose
The toolkit aims to help you put the theory into practice
Effective programme management will ensure that BCM capability is established and maintained within your organisation
A key element of BCM and the foundation work from which the whole process is built
Identifying the action that you can take to maintain the critical activities that underpin the delivery of your organisation's products and services
Developing and implementing appropriate plans and arrangements to ensure the management of an incident
Ensuring that an organisation's BCM arrangements are validated by exercise and review and that they are kept up to date
To be successful BCM has to become part of the culture of your organisation
Explanation of some of the terms used in this toolkit
How to prepare an "Emergency Pack" of items that will help you implement your plans