In the Public Sector, disaster recovery and business continuity plans are essential to maintaining your legal and regulatory responsibilities. Implementing the new ISO22301 standard will allow your organisation to demonstrate to its stakeholders – the public, employees and suppliers – that it is fully prepared for any disruptive incident that might otherwise affect its key organisational goals.
ISO22301:2012 (Societal Security – Business Continuity Management System – Requirements) was published in May 2012 and replaces the BS25999 standard which will be withdrawn in November 2012. All organisations that hold BS25999 will be required to transition to ISO22301 with the expected transition period likely to be no more than 24 months.
|ISO22301 BCMS Lead Implementer
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 13-14th 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 becomes compliant to ISO22301
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.