Business Continuity Planning

A Business Continuity Plan (BCP) is a preparedness and response tool designed to help a service provider continue providing basic and critical functions during a disruption. With an understanding of the organization’s obligations, how much risk the organization is willing to tolerate, and the resources needed to deliver the required services, the BCP will identify the tasks, procedures and organizations required to work through a disruption. A thorough BCP will also guide the service provider through the transition from response to recovery after a disruption has occurred.

Farm & Business

At work, your emergency preparedness plan should include Business Continuity Planning (BCP) components to identify the essential services and detail how to minimize the impacts of a disruption on business activities. Whatever the size of your organization or the nature of your business, an investment in BCP will improve your ability to minimize losses, meet obligations, and build confidence from the people who depend on your services.