Business continuity planning
Do you have a plan to deal with unexpected crises that could interrupt your business? Anticipating the likelihood of potential emergencies and the impact they could have on your operations will help you in preparing to deal with them.
A business continuity plan describes what you would do immediately and longer-term after an unplanned incident like a natural disaster or an extended technical outage. These events can affect your operations, your employees, your suppliers, and your customers.
Regardless of the size or nature of your organization, you can design a plan to minimize the disruption of a disaster, to recover quickly, and to keep your business competitive. Remember to keep your plan updated, and test it regularly.
No one can predict the future, but if your business is prepared, you'll be ready for any emergency.
- Business continuity plan and templates for entrepreneurs
Is your business prepared to handle any situation? Find out how to create and implement your emergency preparedness plan.
- Guide to Business Continuity Planning
Consult Public Safety Canada's guidelines to find out how to prepare your business for an emergency or disaster.
- Crisis management and business continuity planning
Identify potential risks, prepare for emergencies and test your business' disaster readiness.
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