With the Civil Contingencies Act requiring public sector organisations to have robust business continuity management in place to ensure they can continue to provide key services in an emergency, failure to do so can have serious repercussions.
However, while BCM is common in the public sector, as budgets are squeezed, resources lost and new ways of working introduced, it can be difficult to know whether plans are fit for purpose.
Aon Risk Solutions' In-Focus article highlights the value of having robust BCM in place.
- BCM benefits.
- Legal responsibilities.
- Best practice.
- External expertise.