Business Continuity Plan (BCP)

 

Business Continuity Plan (BCP)

A Business Continuity Plan (BCP) sets out the overall set of measures to be taken so that business critical activities can continue after a disaster. The plan thus defines the procedures, current state of IT technology and facilities, backup procedure, recovery options, crisis organisation, etc. The BCP should always reflect the current state of the organisation, with key elements subjected to periodic testing.

COIN can offer an advanced BCP template applicable across various sectors and organisations. In addition, COIN assists with the coaching and support of employees right through to the actual compilation of the BCP. The support we provide depends entirely on the expertise already existing within the organisation. We strive to build-up expertise within your own organisation as quickly as possible.

Supply chain as starting point for Business Continuity

To be able to deal with unexpected situations such as fire or power failure businesses these days are looking more often at continuity of the critical business processes. However, this is not always enough because a business is part of a supply chain and therefore has to deal with a range of suppliers, customers and dependencies.

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Business Continuity Awareness week 2017

15 May to 19 May (inclusive) is Business Continuity Awareness Week (BCAW), during which specialists from the profession aim to raise awareness about the importance of business continuity.

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