When putting a business continuity plan together consider when it will have to be used – probably in the midst of a disaster, emergency, or other incident which is likely to cause stress.
Your continuity plan, therefore, should be as detailed as possible, with simple steps that people can follow even if they are extremely pressured or rushed – think of it as an IKEA instruction manual to rebuild your business.
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Companies today face an unprecedented number of exposures.
In 2013/14 there were 2,500 fires in industrial premises in the UK, 246,000 workplace injuries occurred, and 180 workers were killed on the job.
As many freelancers and small business owners work from home, the odds of a disaster striking are higher than for a salaried employee surrounded by fire extinguishers and trained first-aiders.
Unfortunately, not every company develops a continuity plan.
Here are a few misconceptions and realities about business continuity planning.
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