Archive for November 2019
How Can You Use CEAS to Benefit Your Business Continuity/Recovery Plan?
Risk Assessment/Hazard Analysis
At the highest level of business continuity planning (BCP), a risk analysis evaluates internal and external hazards and quantifies the impact of those risks to critical business processes. Any incident that causes a threat to life or interrupts your business should be given the highest consideration. If a disruption occurs, does the potential exist for an area evacuation, access restrictions to your facility, or the imposition of a travel ban? If so, evaluating the economic injury potential should help determine if CEAS might be added to your BCP toolkit.Read More
Major Economic Hubs Use CEAS to Promote Business & Community Disaster Recovery
Business continuity managers often overlook the reentry process in their planning efforts. Getting people into an affected area as quickly as possible is essential to a seamless recovery process.Read More