Business Continuity refers to the capability of an organisation to deliver its products or services at an acceptable predefined level following a disruptive incident such as a flood, fire or interruption to supplies. Identifying potential threats in advance and how these could be dealt with, can help to ensure that the organisation can respond to an incident effectively.
Consider how your organisation would continue with a loss of premises, people, resources or suppliers. Making plans to deal with these scenarios can help your organisation continue in a disruptive incident.
More information can be found on Worcestershire County Council Business Continuity pages and in the pdf Business Continuity Management Toolkit. (569 KB)