Why you need Risk and Resilience plans and how to create them
It is impossible to plan for every eventuality that may befall your business. But having a range of key plans in place to deal with major incidents will ensure your business continues to operate as efficiently as possible.
The most important aspect of risk and resilience planning is the creation and definition of a Critical Incident Team (CIT). This team has the responsibility to implement the specific plans created, but more importantly, are responsible for handling any unforeseen incidents that do not have a specific plan in place.
This document provides considerations for a range of incident types, designed to assist you when creating your own risk and resilience plans.
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