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Preparing your business

What is Business Continuity Management?

Business Continuity Management is about identifying those parts of your organisation that you can’t afford to lose – such as information, stock, premises, staff, equipment, utilities and cash flow – and planning how to maintain these, if an incident occurs.

Business Continuity Management (BCM) is simpler than you might think. To implement BCM you need to consider the following questions:

  • What are your organisation’s key products and services?
  • What are the critical activities and resources required to deliver these?
  • What are the risks to these critical activities?
  • Is there anything you can put into place to minimise these risks?
  • How will you maintain these critical activities in the event of an incident (loss of access to premises, loss of utilities etc)?

To help keep your business safe, fill in our 10 minute Business Continuity assessment.

For more information about risks in Lancashire, how the LRF plans to deal with them and what you can do to prepare, please download this guide.

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