It's strange we regularly undertake a Balance Sheet Assessment of our financial position but how often do we test our resilience?
On the business resilience scale;
- Assets are your staff and the activities that support your products.
- Liabilities, which push the risk scale towards insolvency, are:-
- A lack of contingency planning
- Disengagement of senior management resulting in a lack of a commitment to testing and business continuity planning. Spills are just one example of incidents which don't necessarily become...
- Emergencies if handled correctly.
There are many more potential incidents out there though so why run the risk of being unprepared.
There can only be one loser, you, your job or worse still your organisation. Have you ever considered the difference between Incidents and Emergencies and how have you reflected that in your business continuity documentation?
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Business Impact Analysis
Sapira have developed a Business Impact Analysis Template which takes a structured approach through the requirements of the latest management systems and international ISO standards with the resulting output of a risk rated summary of Critical Activities which support your products.
The BIA process includes an assessment of your Recovery Time Objectives (RTO's), Maximum Tolerable Periods of Disruption (MTPD) and Supply Chain resilience. A crucial part of the development of your BCP, why not let us help you to make sure you get this right ?
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