Our support for organisations is second to none and our aim is to assess and support organisations of any type to remain operationally effective at all times, even in the event of a major incident. Having the capability and resources is just part of business continuity, there is also a high level of policy integration and procedural change to occur to ensure that in the event of an incident then any continuity requirements are implemented in line with the approved procedures and more importantly are effective.
In addition to this we want to ensure that in the event of a disruptive incident that products and services are still able to be delivered at an acceptable rate, a disruptive incident could be in many forms although the baseline behind Business Continuity Management (BCM) can be generic but at the same time specific to your business.
– Assessment of your current organisational policies, procedures and structure in order to identify strengths and weaknesses.
– Design of appropriate and effective management, organisational and technical processes based on the assessment of your organisation.
– Implementation of the management processes in line with an agreed timeline.
– Review of the processes implemented to ensure that your organisation and those changes implemented are current and remain effective.
We are confident in our approach and by doing so, enable organisations of any size to recognise and understand the effects of an incident to their organisation, more importantly to ensure that they have a working Business Continuity Management process in place. Our BCM consultants will ensure that they work alongside your organisation and provide support at every stage, from assessing, planning and implementation. They have gained broad experience and insight into how to ensure that business’s prepare and continue their operations through many forms of events and incidents.
Some organisations fail to plan for negative events and by nor planning, leave theirselves at high risk of interruption in their operational provision. For example being a distributor of any kind and with a serious fire within the main warehouses causing damage to plant and machinery, and also stock that ultimately is destined for clients. Having a BCM plan is vital to ensure that this example and any other organisation can continue to operate even in a minimal role.