Many Businesses see Business Continuity (BC) as a dark art, so our principle focus is to help the business understand what Business Continuity means to it and critically what is its Tolerance for Disruption.
We deliver this in plain business language to help you engage in the process and an action plan to tackle the project in bite-sized chunks and in the right order. Further support (as shown) can be provided to support your process.
Our cloud-based Business Continuity Management System (BCMS) provides the management tool to develop and implement Business Continuity.
BCarm Consultancy Supporting The Business Continuity Lifecycle
- Programme structure
- Board orientation exercise
- Business continuity scoping meeting
- Business impact analysis
- Risk assessment/site threat assessments
- Supply chain analysis
- Development of business continuity strategy and arrangements
- Incident response planning
- BCarm Business Continuity Management System
- Remote support from BCarm Engagement Team and Consultant
- Business continuity testing and exercising
- Monitoring of BC arrangements in BCarm Business Continuity Management System
Planning and Implementation
Your engagement with BCarm is important to us, we want it to start delivering ROI to your risk management process as soon as it can.
We will develop a tailored Implementation Plan (as shown) so together we can action the key areas that make a launch successful.
Once you are up and running, the support keeps going with unlimited remote access to our Engagement Team.
BCarm Implementation Plan
These are the things we will work through with you to deliver an effective implementation:
- Management reporting requirements
- How to reflect the business structure?
- What roles need to be catered for (i.e. First Aiders)?
Internal barriers that need to be considered
- Support for Management, User and Employee engagement
- User induction training
- What is required in support of consultancy work undertaken?
- Launch documentation and communication
- Training structure
- Review calls/meetings need to be put in place
- Support to migrate existing ‘system’ into BCarm
- Wider training needs (i.e. IOSH)