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Guide:

Risk and business continuity management

Resource summary

Provides practical advice to help organisations develop plans to manage external or internal threats such as a flu pandemic, industrial disputes, transport network disruption or terrorist action.  The severity of the impact will differ depending on the duration of the disruption; however, preparation around ‘loss of people’ has many re-usable aspects across differing disruptions.

The Business Continuity Institute has identified seven core impact areas to be considered in business continuity management (BCM) planning:

  • reputation
  • customers
  • supply chain
  • people
  • information and communication
  • sites and facilities
  • finance.

BCM focuses on the ability of an organisation to serve its customers and protect its reputation as a well-managed business.

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