Business Continuity Management Systems – BCMS – ISO 22301:2012
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Overview of Scheme:
Business Continuity Management Systems – BCMS – ISO 22301:2012 is a management systems standard for Business Continuity which is used by organisations of all sizes and types – demonstrating to legislators, regulators, customers and the community that they are adhering to good practice in BCM.
Business Continuity Management Systems – BCMS protects against and reduces the likelihood of disruptive incidents and helps an organisation to prepare for and recover from such incidents and empowers Business Continuity Managers to demonstrate to senior management, that a recognised standard has been achieved.
Obtaining ISO 22301 certification with ISC Global can help you to understand and prioritize the threats to your business. The international standard for Business Continuity helps business across key organisational pillars including:
Disaster Recovery Planning
Risk Management and Sustainability
Natural and man made incidents may prevent or reduce the capability of an organisation to achieve its business objectives. A Business Continuity Management System – BCMS instills a pro-active approach to incidence response and resilience in business strategy.
Business Continuity Management System Certification Offered By ISC Global:
ISO 22301 is Business Continuity Management (BCM), the international standard in protecting business from key areas of risk and distruption including:
Natural Disasters and Fire
Staff Productivity Decline and other unforeseen risks.
The ISO 22301 management system lets you identify threats relevant to your business and the critical business functions they could impact. It allows you to put plans in place ahead of time to ensure your business remains always active.
Key principles of ISC Global Business Continuity Certification include:
A Continuing Customer Focus
Provision Of Resources
Exercising And Testing
Protection and Mitigation
Incident Response Structure