There have been a number of strikes across Asia in recent months; from strikes over petrol prices, to Air India pilots on a two-month strike.
How has your business coped over the past few months? Did your supply chain fail? Could you meet your customer’s needs? Could you continue trading?
To ensure your business continues operating as usual and that you are not affected by these strikes and other unforeseen events, you need to have a Business Continuity Plan (BCP) in place, that is in line with BS25999 – the Business Continuity Management Standard.
|BS25999 BCMS Implementation Toolkit (Download)
The BS25999 BCMS Implementation Toolkit contains all the templates and tools you will need to quickly and effectively put a BCMS in line with BS25999.
This toolkit also contains electronic copies of the following specialist guides:
- BS25999 A Pocket Guide, and
- Business Continuity and BS25999: A Combined Glossary
- Business Continuity Management: a Manager’s Guide to BS25999 is a concise and practical guide to implementing this new benchmark for business continuity management.