ISO 22301:2012 is the international standard for business continuity management and it specifies requirements for setting up and managing an effective Business Continuity Management System (BCMS).
It can help you establish a management system that minimises the risks of major societal impact due to disrupted service provision, hence, demonstrate resilience to customers and suppliers.
What is ISO 22301 certification?
ISO 22301 introduces a requirement for metrics for business continuity management, as well as additional emphasis for BCMS operational planning and setting controls.
Using industry best practice guide as a foundation, the standard has been introduced specifically to enable you to understand, develop and implement a structured and formalise a Business Continuity Management System which will help minimise risk and therefore the chance of disruption to your organisation.
The requirements of ISO 22301 are intended to be applicable to all organisations regardless of type, size and nature. The implementation and extend of the requirements’ application depend on the complexity and operational system of each organisation.
Benefits of ISO 22301
Minimising risk - increased resilience when faced with organisational threat.
Resilience - enhanced capability to handle disruption and protect brand reputation when integrated with business planning.
Reducing costs - action plan rehearsals mean that, should the worst happen, the organisation's financial position is protected.
Thought leader - LRQA has a long standing relationship with the Business Continuity Institute who are leaders in business continuity development.
Proven track record - We have high profile clients in the IT, defence, government, justice and telecommunications sectors.
Experience - LRQA has been carrying out assessments against business continuity standards for many years and our experience will benefit your organisation.
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