ISO A Pocket Guide is designed to help you do what is necessary to satisfy including BS A Pocket Guide, A Manager’s Guide to BS and. To help organisations get to grips with business continuity management and the requirements of the new best practice standard BS This practical guide to the ISO business continuity management system BS A Pocket Guide, A Manager’s Guide to BS and Everything You.
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How would your organisation keep going in the event of a crisis? If you got hit by a disaster and lost the use of your IT systems, would you be able to continue operating?
ISO – A Pocket Guide [Book]
To minimise the impact of a disaster on your business, and to continue to provide essential services to your customers, you need to put in place a Business Continuity Management System BCMS.
Without a proper risk assessment strategy, your company directors could even face prosecution pokcet a major incident occurs and results in loss or injury.
With the expert advice contained in this guide, you can ensure your organisation develops a business continuity plan that is fit for purpose. Tony Drewitt has specialised in operational risk management and business continuity management sinceand he works with small, medium and large organisations to help them develop their BCM policies, strategies and plans.
Tony was one of the first practitioners to achieve certification under BS for a client in and is currently working with several organisations to develop management systems in line with BS and ISO He has written several books on business continuity, including BS Stay ahead giide the world’s most comprehensive technology and business learning platform.
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Books by Tony Drewitt (Author of ISO – A Pocket Guide)
View table of contents. Book Description How would your organisation keep going in the event of a crisis? This book gives you valuable tips on how to draw up the BCM policy and establish the BCMS project, along with basic guidance on conducting a business impact analysis.
Secure your licence to operate Organisations such as law firms now have to put in place a BCMS in order to obtain a licence to operate. Retain your competitive edge Organisations are beginning to seek formal assurance that their suppliers will be able to continue supplying them in the event of an interruptive incident.
Bs25999 – A Pocket Guide (Electronic book text)
Satisfy corporate governance concerns A well-run company will have a strong corporate governance framework. Business continuity planning is a basic requirement of corporate governance.
Expert ISO guidance Tony Drewitt has specialised in operational risk management and business continuity management sinceand he works with small, medium and large organisations to help them develop their BCM policies, strategies guidf plans. Start building a business continuity plan today with this essential guide “. Resources Licence to operate The key deliverable — the business continuity plan Why does business continuity matter?
Policy 6 Planning – determining and documenting: Awareness 8 Operation – planning and implementing processes that deliver: Business impact analysis Business continuity strategy Business continuity planning What the BCP should include Exercising 9 Performance Evaluation – determining and documenting arrangements for: