Business Continuity Planning

To consider the range of emergencies or incidents such as fire, loss of critical equipment/personnel, denial of access, flood or theft which may affect a business and look at how to plan and prepare to deal with such incidents in order that an organisation may continue to function and trade

Duration : Min. 2 days

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Those responsible for continuity planning in their organisations operations involving fire safety and safety of the employees in the event of a disaster.


On completion of the course students will have the knowledge to perform or support continuity planning activities inside their own company.

• Identify risks
• Evaluate critical risks
• Crisis management – planning
• Crisis management – organisation
• Internal communication
• Public and press relations

• 1:2002 F; 19:2009 F


Optional subtitle «Business Continuity Planner CFPA-E»