Are You Ready for Disaster?


What would happen to your business if a digger went through your telephone connection, your premises were damaged by fire, or your warehouse manager was injured in a car crash?

You may give some off-pat answers to those questions and some or all of them may actually work if the worst happened, but all too often when the chips were down you find that many of the emergency solutions thrown together when problems occur don’t actually work well enough to save your business from substantial disruption or even eventual closure!

Business Continuity Planning or Disaster Planning is the process of developing, testing, training and reviewing plans which help a business to keep functioning in the event of a problem disrupting access to normal systems, processes, staff or premises.

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