22 Mar Training on implementing and auditing business continuity management in accordance with ISO 22301
ISO 22301:2012 is the international standard for BCM that has been developed to help organisations of all sizes and types to protect against, prepare for, respond to, and recover when disruptive incidents arise.
Organisations implementing ISO 22301 will be able to so demonstrate to legislators, regulators, customers, prospective customers and other interested parties that they are adhering to good practice in BCM. It also enables an organisation to measure itself against good practice, and by auditors wishing to report to management. The influence of the standard is therefore much greater than those who simply choose to be certified against the standard.
Riskwest currently conducts 2 international certification courses offered by the Business Continuity Institute (BCI) and International Consortium for Organisational Resilience (ICOR) to assist individuals and organisations to gain in-depth knowledge and skills in implement and auditing BCM programmes in accordance with the requirements of ISO 22301.
Further details of these courses are available at www.riskwest.com.au/training