Business Continuity and Supply Chain Resilience - Facilitator : Tim Marjason
Program code: ASSP Workshop
This programme has been developed for employers and employees interested in or currently being part of their organisation’s Business Continuity Management (BCM) or Supply Chain Resilience (SCR) Programme. This workshop is designed to give the delegates a comprehensive subject matter grounding in BCM from Business Impact Analysis (BIA) through to Strategy, Governance, Exercising and Plan Documentation. Delegates will understand the need to embed BCM as part of their organisational resilience strategy and daily operations.
This workshop builds on recent regional developments, current trends and follows the International Standard for Business Continuity – ISO 22301:2012 and the Business Continuity Institute (BCI) Good Practice Guidelines – GPG 2018.
• Learn the A – Z of the Business Continuity planning life cycle and understand all aspects from Policy through to Plan Validation • Gain a comprehensive understanding of the concepts, approaches, standards, methodology and techniques required for the effective management of a BCM System • Understand the relationship between the components of a BCMS and compliance with the requirements of different internal/ external stakeholders and suppliers • Learn how to evaluate risk and how to select the correct recovery strategy for your BC • Explore the integration of Risk Management with Emergency Response, Business Continuity, IT Disaster Recovery and Crisis Management • Understand the importance of identifying risks as well as key suppliers in your supply chains • Learn how to raise awareness and how to embed BCM in your organisation’s culture • Learn about the strategic, tactical and operational BCM benefits for your organisation • Understand how to demonstrate return on investment (ROI) in a BCM context • Understand the roles and responsibilities in the BCM framework • Understanding budgetary requirements of BCM in conjunction with senior level ‘buy in’ • Learn about the importance for breaking silos and include BCM in contractual frameworks
Assessment and Certification
On successful completion of the workshop, the participant will receive an attendance certificate from American Society of Safety Professionals.
This workshop is ideal for delegates who are fairly new to the concept of Business Continuity Management, and for those who have had no formal BCM training. • Business Continuity Managers • Senior Executives • Employers, employees and existing Members of Emergency Response Team(s) • Operational Managers • HSE Managers • Quality Assurance Managers • Risk Managers • Security Managers