Risk assessment been carried out to identify potential threats to business continuity.
All BCPs are updated and reflect changes in the business.
All BCP committee and employees are properly trained regarding their roles and responsibilities.
Emergency procedures are tested to see if they’re adequate to contain risks and prevent losses.
All emergency equipment are in good condition and are adequate to help restore and recover business functions.
There are adequate backup programs and systems in case of emergencies
Potential business losses have been quantified and presented to BCP committee and management.
Contact details of key personnel, alternates and BCP committee are all updated.
All relevant documentations are kept and updated.
Relevant staff know the emergency operations site.
BCPs are audited on a regular basis.
Recommendations from consultants and auditors are documented and implemented.
BCPs of the business are reviewed
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Recommendation for BCP updates