Business Continuity and Crisis Management

One in four business leaders don’t have a Business Continuity Plan (BCP), which puts their organisation, workers and data at risk. From cyberattacks and pandemics to natural disasters, it’s essential to have a plan in place so your company can respond, as well as recover from disruption and continue delivering products and services with minimal disruption when a crisis hits.  As the pandemic has shown us, our global supply chain is fragile and recovery is critical.

Understanding BCM

Business Continuity Management (BCM) ensures continuity and survival of the business by reducing exposure to loss and maintaining control during any crisis. Here’s how our dss+ BCM framework can help. 

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Eva Mejicano Gamez
Eva is a dss+ consultant dedicated to reducing incident rates at multinational companies through leadership coaching, cultural transformation, workplace and process safety.