Standard ISO 22301

Business Continuity Management Systems

Business-related risks or some unforeseeable events, for example of environmental nature, can seriously disrupt activities in the whole organization. The international standard ISO 22301 helps to ensure the continuity of your business and to improve resilience of your company against unforeseen events.

Standard ISO 22301 specifies management requirements with the aim to avoid or prevent emergency situations or provide an immediate response in order to eliminate business disruption and ensure fast recovery.

The certification for ISO 22301 is recommended to all companies regardless of their size or sector, seeking to ensure smooth operation of the company even in unforeseeable circumstances.

Requirements of ISO 22301

Enhanced resilience of the company against threats
Regular control of critical activities of the organization
Provision of necessary resources, processes and competent staff to ensure continuity of business operation
Regular improvement of management systems

Benefits of the Certification

Possibility to detect and eliminate potential threats
Minimizing downtime during incidents
Possibility to respond immediately to critical situations
Minimizing costs related to incidents and emergencies
Greater credibility among customers
Enhanced performance and competitiveness of your company

If you want to learn more about the certification for ISO 22301, please contact us.
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