When the additional footfall arrives for the Games, London’s transport network could quite conceivably collapse, creating huge problems for London businesses.
Last week a test run of London’s rail capacity before the start of the Olympics in two weeks brought chaos and huge delays to many. At five key stations across the capital, Olympic station management plans were put in to operation. And what a mess it was.
A contractor for STM security at London Bridge Station told the Guardian “I tell you, London Bridge [station] will collapse during the Games. They don’t have the capacity.”
There is, however, still time to plan…
|Olympics 2012 Continuity & Security Policy and Checklist
The Olympics 2012 Continuity & Security Policy and Checklist has been designed as a practical tool to help managers ensure they have addressed all the potential disruptions the Olympics will cause.
Covering transport, supply chain, staff and security issues, the Olympics 2012 Continuity & Security Policy and Checklist will ensure you can continue business as usual throughout the Games.