What would you do if your ability to trade or operate were affected by a fire, flood or loss of ICT?
Business Continuity Management
Business Continuity Management is about enabling your business to continue to trade or operate, ensuring the safety and security of your people at work and on the move, in times of peace as well as in times of crisis or adversity.
2 b continued Ltd.
Is a company specialising in Business Continuity Management (BCM) & Operational Risk. We have over 40 years combined BCM working experience with leading FTSE 100 organisations, customers, clients and our partners/associates across a variety of industries in both the public and private sectors. These industries include Health Services, Pharmaceutical, Property, Facilities Management, Construction and Retail, where we have proven success in embedding end-to-end Business Continuity and Operations Risk capabilities.
We aim to guide, direct, inform and reassure you and your business on the preventative measures that we can help your company put in place to protect your employees, as well as your reputation, property and profit. We can provide information on what to do in times of a disruptive incident as well as how to get your business back operating normally as quickly as possible, with minimal impacts.
We have hands on experience in real life disruptive incidents such as the London Bombings 2005, the Manchester Bomb 1996, Fuel Crisis 2000, Kidnapping, Pandemic, Severe Weather and ICT failures, as well as having a wealth of experience in delivering training programmes and exercises, utilising similar types of scenarios.
We were proud to have initiated and are founder members of the Retail Business Continuity Association, facilitating and sharing good practice across 30 leading retail organisations. We have also played active parts in various regional and national business sector forums including London First, London Resilience and Civil Contingencies and are members of the London Business Continuity Institute (BCi) Forum Committee. Our consultants regularly lecture for the Ministry of Defence at Cranfield University in Shrivenham and speak at events for the National Risks & Audi Group. We were on the BSi and BCi working party in the development of industry related guidelines for supply chain BCM, have contributed to various white papers, written articles for a number of business publications and are consultative editors for the Cyber Security Review publication.