Emergencies do not have a timeframe or set schedule; they can be a slow burn emergency such as pandemic flu or more instant like a flood or power failure.

A carefully thought-out business continuity plan will make coping in a crisis easier and enable you to minimise disruption to your business and customers. Think about some of the possible risks & how you could mitigate the potential disruption of these. You can find a business continuity plan template in the download section area.

If you would like to complete a quick self-assessment as to how prepared you are with your Business Continuity, then complete our 10-minute Business Continuity Assessment (you can find it in the downloads section).  Ideally you should have fulfilled all areas.


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