(note: larger corporates click here for information on the Business As Usual BCP Template kit)
Are you a law firm, consultancy, local council, accountants’ firm, manufacturer or other small or medium-sized organisation (SME)? Have your customers or regulators asked you yet for your Business Continuity Plan (BCP) or Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP)? If not – they will soon!
- Simple, affordable planning template for Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery
- Fill-in the gaps, and benefit from the included checklists to save you weeks of work
- Prepare your business for pandemic flu, power outages, fires, denied office access, phone/IT failures, flash flooding, supplier/staff unavailability and other threats relevant to your organisation.
- Improve reputation and customer/employee confidence
- Achieve compliance
- Even reduce insurance premiums!
The BCP/DRP template is available in various formats (including MsWord) and is guaranteed to save you weeks of work! It’s based on best-practice and has been developed in accordance with Government standards and guidelines including ISO22301, APRA, BS25999, DRII, SS540 and HB221.
Have a listen to the radio interview with specific ‘low cost’ BCP tips for small businesses (by Rinske Geerlings of Business As Usual – 6 November 2013 on Eagle Waves Radio, Australia).
What clients say about the Business As Usual BCP template…
“We have had major floods multiple cyclones threaten our locations over the last 2 years. We are a law firm with approximately 150 staff in Queensland. We act for many blue-chip organisations including banks, who require BCP. Our BCP/DR template is a most useful foundation for our BCP/DR team to discuss and action in times of and leading up to the natural disasters. We are constantly ‘sharpening the saw’ regarding our BCP/DR plans and have seen the cost to the many firms who did not have, action or have an adequate BCP/DR plan. We were fine and continue to firmly focus on a plan which is premised on Business as Usual’s main primaries: People/Systems-Services/Location.” (Paul Agnew, Partner In Charge, McKAYS Solicitors)
Areas that are covered, include:
- Risks relevant to your organisation
- How to manage the ‘people aspects’ of Business Continuity for your business
- Time-critical processes that you need to continue to keep your business going
- Operational and financial impacts of potential disasters and disruptions
- Contingency provisions in place, and related operational procedures
- How to easily keep your plan updated, including Crisis Management procedures
- Ensuring your staff remain aware of their role
- Exercises and tests to check if the plan will actually work.
Fill out the contact form below to request more information on the template. Please provide your telephone contact details if you prefer to discuss your requirements over the phone, or call us via the details provided below.
Telephone: (+61) 2 8006 2884
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