• ISO 22301 Business Continuity – Isn’t it already covered by the other standards?

    31st March, 2017 | by Andrew Barham
    The Brisbane River flooded in January 2011, which caused widespread disruption to businesses, public services such as transport and energy supply and homes. read more

    Disruptive events to businesses are becoming increasingly frequent, and the ability for businesses to plan and implement strategies to deal with this events is important, not only from viability of their business, but for their employees, their supply chain and the role that organisation has within the community. In this article, we talk about the importance of business continuity, and the requirements of the standard for it; ISO 22301.

  • Writing Procedures; Must, shall, would or could

    9th March, 2017 | by Andrew Barham
    Man writing on a clipboard read more

    When people write procedures, there often is little consistency in the words they use to form the tense, mood or voice of their sentences. Let me explain…

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