To mitigate the effects of service disruption from natural or man-made causes, it is essential that all organisations prepare and manage business continuity plans. A Business Continuity Management System (BCMS) enables organisations to update, control and continually improve these plans and align them with their strategic and operational objectives.
Why does your organisation need a Business Continuity Management System?
- Ensure all BCP plans are fit for purpose (do they work?)
- Align plans with strategic organisational objectives
- Continually improve business continuity plans as the organisation grows
- Reduce the cost of business interruption insurance policies
- Satisfy a condition for a licence to operate (e.g. UK Solicitors Code of Conduct 2007)
ISO 22301:2012 is the international standard for business continuity within organisations and defines the specification and best practice for developing and implementing a robust business continuity management system (BCMS).
Compliance to the ISO22301 standard demonstrates to your customers, suppliers and partners that your organisation has an effective BCMS and has achieved the international benchmark for business continuity.
|ISO22301 BCMS Lead Implementer Training Course
12-14 September 2012 in London
To ensure your organisation adopts best practice and becomes fully complaint to ISO22301, we would like to invite you to book on the 3-day ISO22301 BCMS Lead Implementer training course to be held in London on the 12-14th September. Delivered by an experienced BCM consultant, this course provides a comprehensive and practical coverage of all aspects of implementing a Business Continuity Management System (BCMS) and ensuring full accreditation to the ISO22301 standard.
Ensure your organisation develops an effective Business Continuity Management System.
PS. If you would like to know more about the differences between ISO22301 and BS25999, we recommend that you purchase an official copy of the ISO22301:2012 standard from our Web site.