Your Business Continuity Plans
Putting a business continuity plan in place – where to start?
It’s recognised that a large number businesses currently do not have such plans and the following guidance and advice below may support you throughout the several phases of business continuity;
- Appoint a senior member of the operation to oversee business continuity – this person would ideally have strategic oversight, ability to make company decisions.
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Create a business continuity plan and crisis management plan
Ideally a business continuity plan should include:
- The business-critical functions of your operation
- Access to specialist advice and resources
- An alternative business location or premise you can operate from
- The ability of your staff to work remotely
- A human resources plan that captures absence and family liaison
- Are there non-critical staff, who are multi-skilled and able to pick up some of the critical work to provide resilience?
- What would a workforce reduction of 10%, 20%, or 50% mean for the business?