BUSINESS CONTINUITY MANAGEMENT PLAN BASED ON ISO22301:2012
Business Continuity planning will make your organization more robust. It can strengthen your organization not only against large-scale problems it can also help make smaller problems that might have caused continuity interruptions to become moot, through detailed planning!!!
Conference on January 16th - 17th, 2020
Today’s risks are complex interconnected supply chains, customer and shareholder expectations, evolving technology and regulatory compliance all need to be managed to achieve the best outcomes. This makes risk management planning, implementation and communication increasingly necessary skills for all organizations. BCM is a form of risk management that deals with the threat of business activities or processes being interrupted by external and/or internal factors. It involves making arrangements to ensure you can respond as effectively as possible in the event of a disruption so mission-critical functions will continue to provide an acceptable level of service. Understand and prioritize the threats to your business with the international standard for business continuity. ISO 22301 specifies the requirements for a management system to protect against, reduce the likelihood of, and ensure your business recovers from disruptive incidents. Effective business continuity can be best attained through the implementation of a business continuity management system (BCMS) aligned to its international standard. Disaster recovery plans are often formed within the context of a BCMS. They are relatively technical and will focus on the recovery of specific operations, functions, sites, services or applications. ISO 22301 is the international standard for business continuity which defines best practice for developing and implementing a robust business continuity plan. However, BCM is talking about business survival during difficult times and it should be going back to the basics - what are the needs of your organization in such difficult times and how such are needs be addressed through your BCM program!!
Developments in Risk Management today
Growing significance and potential of Risk Analytics as well as the importance of risk modeling.
You will learn how to maximize the potential of Enterprise Risk Management and to align this with your organizations overall strategy.
Driving growth through innovative and holistic approaches to Risk Management.
Recognizing the importance of tailoring your Risk Program to your specific organization.
Incorporating this into the wider business
Insights of Successful BCP Strategies through Operational Excellence & Effective IT Continuity.
Building Supply Chain Risk Management & Operations in Business Continuity Planning f& Management.
Developing BCM Framework
Empowering Business Continuity Planning & Management through Reputation & Crisis Communication Strategies.
You will Learn risk assessment principles to prepare for, prevent or respond to incidents that would cause disruptions to key organizational systems.
Learn how to prepare an Incident Management Plan.
Learn how to prepare a disaster recovery plan.
Refer to the latest international standards related to disaster recovery, ISO 22301: 2012
Disaster response planning and a recovery plan based on ISO 22301: 2012
Teach by expert speakers and experience the key to disaster recovery arrangements for leading organizations.
Practice through classroom workshops and share experiences with trainers.
Why You Should Attend?
If your job role includes the following responsibilities then this is a MUST attend event:
CEOs, Vice Presidents, Directors, General Managers, Senior Managers, Managers, Assistant Managers, Heads and Chiefs from the following function:
Contingency Planning, Risk Management
Supply Chain Management
IT Continuity Management
Safety, Health & Environment
Professionals who want to expand their knowledge in BCM
Operations managers responsible for contingency or resilience planning
Business Continuity Managers or Specialists
IT DR Managers or Specialists
Operations management professionals
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