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Business Continuity Management Systems

 

Implementation and certification to ISO 22301

 

By Hillary Estall

  

This downloadable extract focuses on the practical elements of business continuity management and considers them from a management system perspective: Where should the emphasis be when it comes to fitting your Business Continuity Management (BCM) arrangements into a management system?

 

The chapter uses six phases of the BCM lifecycle as a focal point and offer top tips for you to consider when developing your Business Continuity Management System (BCMS).

 

After reading this section you should be able to maximise the benefits of your BCMS whilst ensuring you have a robust BCM programme in place.

 

 

 

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