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​Business Continuity Management​​​

The main purpose of Business Continuity Management (BCM) is to ensure continuity of service delivery following an unexpected disruption to normal working. For example in the event of a fire in the workplace, or a large number of staff reporting sick the inability to provide a service may result in a business failing.

Without plans, managers will have to rely on an 'ad-hoc' approach to deal with these, and the many other issues that will present themselves. BCM is a process that will guide managers through what their businesses actually do and identify means of removing or reinforcing the weak points.

Further information on Business Continuity is available from a wide range of organisations, including Cleveland Emergency Planning Unit who have a range of free downloadable BCM tools.

Visit the Cleveland Emergency Planning website for more information about business continuity management.​​

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