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Business Continuity Management System(BCMS)

Foundation Training Course
As per ISO 22301:2019 (& ISO 22313:2020 Guidance)
Updated Business Continuity During COVID19 Pandemic Crisis
Never Too Late to Get Ready

Introduction

  • COVID19 (SARS-CoV-2), natural disasters, fires, supply chain issues or cyber-attacks are just some of the many unexpected yet possible threats to the smooth running of any business. Consistent and robust business continuity planning for what to do when disaster strikes is the best defence.
  • Uncertainty has never been more certain, and business disruption is a key area of concern for most executives, but, managed well, the benefits and opportunities are many. Having effective business continuity plans and capabilities in place is key to restoring operations if anything goes wrong.
  • ISO 22301 : 2019 (Updated 2nd issue), Security and resilience – Business continuity management systems – Requirements, is the world’s first International Standard for implementing and maintaining an effective business continuity plan. It enables an organization to have a more effective response and a quicker recovery, thereby reducing any impact on people, products and the organization’s bottom line.
  • The standard has recently been updated to remain current and relevant and continue to meet market needs. James Crask, Convenor of the ISO group of experts that developed the standard, said it brings together some of the world’s best practice to help organizations of any kind respond to, and recover from, disruptions effectively.
    “A resilient organization is one that is able to adapt to change, is aware of where its vulnerabilities lie and has plans in place to respond should things go wrong,” he said.
  • “Recovering quickly from a business disruption requires a deep understanding of what is important to an organization, easy-to-follow response plans and staff that know their role in an incident.
  • “ISO 22301:2019 helps organizations do all of that, thereby providing reassurance to their clients, suppliers, regulators and other stakeholders that they are not only prepared for disruption, but in shape for the future”.
  • Key improvements to the latest version include clearer structure and terminology to foster a better understanding of what is required and updates to remain in line with all other ISO management system standards.

Training Program Duration:

3 Days (18 Training Hours)

Training Program Language:

English

Date:

xx-xx-2020

Fees

1000 L.E
  • All department / sections Supervisors , Team Leaders , Heads & Managers
  • Quality & Integrated management system process owners (Environment, Occupational Health & safety, Food Safety & Energy Management)
  • Operation, Maintenance, Production & Warehouse staff
  • Business continuity managers.
  • Business continuity engineers.
  • Risk specialists.
  • Business continuity consultants.
  • Management system auditors.
  • Business owners & Management Representatives.
  • People involved in business continuity and disaster recovery related activities.
  • Solid knowledge of BCMS (Business Continuity Management System requirements as per ISO 22301:2019 clauses )
  • Understand what is a business continuity management system
  • Knowledge of Key tools for business continuity like : Business Continuity Plan (BCP) Business Impact Analysis (BIA) & the risk assessment.
  • Understand what is a business continuity strategy and what it should include
  • Understand how to formulate business continuity policy & objectives
  • Knowledge of Concepts like the MTPD (Maximum Tolerable Period of Disruption), RTO(Recovery Time Objective), RPO (Recovery Point Objective), MBCO (Minimum Business Continuity Objective), MAO (Maximum Acceptable Outage)&WRT (Work Recovery Time)
  • Understand& Analyze : How a business continuity management system can be implemented
  • Understand& Analyze : what you should do during & after COVID-19 Pandemic Crisis
This training course follows the structure of the standard (ISO 22003:2019) covering the following requirements
  1. Introduction : History , timeline , related standards ,Family of ISO 223XX , Matrix Correspondence to Other ISO MSS (Management Systems Standards ) as ISO 9001 , ISO 14001, ISO 45001, ISO 50001 , &Benefit of BCMS ISO 22301
  2. BCM Concepts & Definitions: 31 Terms
  3. Context of the organization: internal and external issues that affect the organization, the needs and expectations of interested parties and the scope of the business continuity management system
  4. Leadership : top management commitment for business continuity, business continuity policy, roles, responsibilities and authorities
  5. Planning : Actions to address risks and opportunities, business continuity objectives and the planning of changes
  6. Support : Resources, competence and awareness, communication and documented information
  7. Operation : Business impact analysis, risk assessment, business continuity strategies and solutions, business continuity plans and procedures, warning and communication, the incident response structure, the exercise programme and the evaluation of business continuity documentation and capabilities
  8. Performance evaluation: Monitoring and measurement, analysis and evaluation, the internal audit of the BCMS, management review
  9. Improvement : Nonconformity and corrective action; continual improvement.
  10. Real life case studyin Novel Covis-19 (SARS-COV-2) Pandemic Crisis
  11. ISO 22301:2019 BCMS Audit Checklist & gap analysis
  12. ISO 22301:2019 BCMS : Roadmap to Certification
  13. ISO 22301:2019 BCMS Documented InformationList (Procedures , Documents & Records)
  14. Novel Covis-19 (SARS-COV-2) Pandemic Crisis : Specific BCP (Business Continuity Plan )
  15. What you / your organization should do during & after : Novel Covis-19 (SARS-COV-2) Pandemic Crisis
  16. Videos of ISO 22301:2019 BCMS
  17. Review, Summary , Open discussion
  18. Exam

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