Often those unfamiliar with building a comprehensive Business Continuity Program will not be aware that just downloading and filling in a template from the internet to check a task box is not the appropriate solution for protecting your business. Using the 12 components for Business Continuity Planning and maturing over time through exercising and continuous improvement practices will increase the chances of recovery in times of crisis.
Why Plan for a Pandemic – Some History
Written by Barbara Davi
It started, harmlessly enough, with a cough drowned out by the raging world war. It was known as Spanish influenza only because censorship by the warring governments wouldn’t allow reports of the spreading illness for fear it would damage morale.