What you need to set up your BCM System

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    To set up a BCM (Business Continuity Management) system, you will need to consider the following:

    1. Define the scope
      Consider which business functions and processes are critical to your organisation and need to be protected in the event of a disruption.
    1. Conduct a risk assessment
      Identify vulnerabilities and potential threats that could disrupt these critical business functions and processes.
    1. Develop a business continuity plan
      Outline the steps to maintain or quickly restore business continuity based on the risks assessed.
    1. Establish clear incident management procedures
      Include procedures for activating the business continuity plan.
    1. Communicate and train employees
      Make sure all employees are aware of your BCM plan, their roles and responsibilities in the event .
    1. Review and test your plan regularly
      Scenario testing will identify refinements needed to handle different types of disruptions

    Implementing a BCM system can be a complex and time-consuming process, but it is essential for ensuring the continuity of your business in the face of potential disruptions.

    Speak with Battleground and understand how your BCM System can be set up and running, simply.

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