New ISO22301 BCMS Implementation Toolkit kick starts November fully up-to-date and comprehensive.
BS25999 saw organisations take up successful business continuity management systems, proving to stakeholders and customers that they were capable of resuming ‘business as usual’ in potentially disruptive events. Today, and for the foreseeable future, we will see the take up of business continuity management systems increase consistently across all types of businesses.
By creating a BCMS aligned with ISO22301, organisations can ensure that they are prepared should an incident occur, and more importantly, continue trading and return to business as usual as quickly as possible.
This ISO22301 BCMS Implementation Toolkit helps organisations to do just that. The ISO22301 BCMS Implementation Toolkit contains document templates and guidance that enable you to quickly and efficiently produce your own tailored versions of all these essential documents.
Packed with more detailed tools and guidance than its predecessor, BS25999 BCMS Implementation Toolkit, the ISO22301 BCMS Implementation Toolkit will help the organisation deploy an efficient and cost-effective ISO22301 compliant BCMS. Cheaper than a day’s consultancy, this toolkit will save organisations time and money.
Covered in ISO27001 Annex A.14, business continuity management is fundamental to counteract interruptions to business activities and to protect critical business processes from the effects of major failures of information systems or disasters and to ensure their timely resumption.
If you are an organisation that is ISO27001 compliant you should be looking at ISO22301. Having already successfully implemented a management system you have a head start on ISO22301. If not, then start here – this ISO22301 BCMS Implementation Toolkit will help to make implementation easier and the route to compliance much quicker.
Organisations that don’t employ a BCMS face being unprepared should a disruptive incident occur. Organisations suffering a disruptive incident without having a BCMS face the following consequences of doing so:
- Loss of customers
- Reputational damage
- Monetary loss
- Potentially going out of business
Protect your business and don’t get caught in the rain with no umbrella – the wet dog look is so last year.