31 July 2016

Make Time for Your Business Continuity Plan

A Business Continuity Plan helps your company or organisation stay up and running if things go badly wrong.

That can include all sorts of disasters such as fire, floods, IT failure, power failure or even a terrorist attack.

These plans don't have to be hundreds of pages long, in fact they're more likely to be read and kept updated if they are relatively short. 

UK Gov published a booklet called ‘Expect The Unexpected’ which explains the importance of creating simple but effective plans, helping business to build resilience against any disaster.

"Business continuity and planning is just as important for small companies as it is for large corporations. Plans need to be simple but effective, comprehensive but tailored to the needs of the organisation. Employers have a responsibility to their staff for their safety and security, and we all share the desire to ensure that any disaster or incident – whether natural or otherwise – has a minimal effect on the economic well-being of the country."

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