Planning to deal with incidents as effectively as possible, and then recover, resume and restore your business to a pre-defined level after an incident, is essential. Without adequate, tested plans, businesses experiencing major disruption could fail to recover.
Did you know?
of businesses have had to provide assurance to the majority of their new clients that their business continuity arrangements are sufficient1
of businesses that suffer property damage could, according to research, go out of business within 18 months2
Guidance to help build your business continuity plans
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Business and Property Protection Portal
Access a simple-to-use tool that helps you produce bespoke risk reports based on your business sector. It’s designed to help you understand and manage business risks such as fire, emergency service response times, flood, weather, crime and geographical risk factors. The portal provides sector-based risk management guidance and solutions, and is the result of collaboration with the RISC Authority.
Our Specialist Partner to help build your continuity plans
To access these solutions at preferential rates and terms, contact our Specialist Partner.
Horizonscan specialise in making businesses more resilient to crisis events. Their team consists of a range of relevant subject matter professionals, who are experts in coaching and training. They deliver consultancy on Business Continuity and Crisis Management globally.
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