It would be wise to consider and plan for scenarios that could disrupt your business activities, such as flooding, extreme weather, power failure or cyber-attack.
In an adverse event, some simple steps can assist you in preparing for these and continuing a limited service before returning to a full-service delivery - what can you do to be better prepared?
- What is business continuity? Find out why business continuity is important to you (on YouTube) and how you can make your organisation more resilient with business continuity management.
- Don't Gamble with your business - prepare for survival (pdf on Norfolk Prepared website) will help you to identify potential risks, prepare for emergencies and test how your business is likely to cope during a disruption to business.
- Consider putting together a 10 minute plan (pdf) or completing the Are you cyber ready? questions and advice (pdf) which will help keep your business safe and provide security against the variety of on-line threats.
Further guidance and template business continuity plans are available on the Norfolk Prepared website.