ISO 22301 is an international standard that provides the requirements for the establishment and management of a business continuity management system (BCMS) in any organisation, regardless of size or type of business. It sets out the requirements for the management of a business to prevent disruptive incidents, reduce the likelihood of their occurrence and ensure that, should they occur, the organisation will not suffer and, if it does suffer losses, will be able to quickly resume operations.
The essence of a business continuity system is to conduct an audit to identify all processes and areas of the company that are critical to the business being conducted. The purpose and outcome of the audit is, in turn, to develop a plan to ensure that the organisation can function in a crisis situation. It is about answering the questions – what bad things can happen, what to do to prevent them from happening and what to do if they do happen. The result of a well-conducted risk analysis is an action plan that is tested to be effective in cases of undesirable situations, such as disruptions.
We offer comprehensive development and implementation of a Business Continuity Management System in accordance with the ISO 22301 standard, including: conducting a risk analysis, preparing documentation and training the employees, including internal auditors and an agent, as well as implementing the developed solutions.