Business continuity planning

Details of the Civil Contingencies Act, which came into effect on 1st April 2005, can be found on the UK Resilience website. The Act places a responsibility on Local Authorities to promote resilience within the local business community.

The main objective of a Business Continuity Plan is to provide a means of recovery of a business which has been affected by a crisis or a business interruption. Major incidents can come in the shape of fire, flood, storm, bomb, road closure, computer system crash and many other unexpected ways. Business Continuity involves making a set of arrangements that makes sure your business can operate during and after an emergency.

A crisis could happen to any business irrespective of size, from a large enterprise employing a number of staff to a family run corner shop. Having a Business Continuity Plan may make the difference between keeping or losing your business in the event of a disaster - Further information is available from the Business Continuity Institute or any of the links below.+


Last Updated on Tuesday, April 23, 2019

Details of the Civil Contingencies Act, which came into effect on 1st April 2005, can be found on the UK Resilience website. The Act places a responsibility on Local Authorities to promote resilience within the local business community.

The main objective of a Business Continuity Plan is to provide a means of recovery of a business which has been affected by a crisis or a business interruption. Major incidents can come in the shape of fire, flood, storm, bomb, road closure, computer system crash and many other unexpected ways. Business Continuity involves making a set of arrangements that makes sure your business can operate during and after an emergency.

A crisis could happen to any business irrespective of size, from a large enterprise employing a number of staff to a family run corner shop. Having a Business Continuity Plan may make the difference between keeping or losing your business in the event of a disaster - Further information is available from the Business Continuity Institute or any of the links below.+


Last Updated on Tuesday, April 23, 2019

This website uses cookies to make sure you get the best experience during your visit. Learn more about cookies