ISO 22301 is a framework that will help you identify threats to your organisation, to assess the level of risk and to respond effectively. It will enable you to safeguard your reputation and maintain key business activities should disaster strike.
Whilst you may think your organisation is prepared for disaster, ISO 22301 helps ensure your business will keep going during the most challenging and unexpected circumstances.
As a leading certification body for a range of ISO Standards, Centre for Assessment will help you understand the value the international Business Continuity Management Standard can bring to your organisation.
ISO 22301 is the internationally recognised Standard for Business Continuity Management. It will help you take appropriate steps to guard against risks to your organisation so that, should disaster strike, you are still able to provide goods and services to your customers.
The Standard is available to businesses and organisations of all shapes and sizes. It is popular with large, complex organisations but is an equally good option if you are a smaller business. ISO 22301 is often a requirement in supplier contracts and can certainly give you an advantage in tender applications.
Centre for Assessment will help you at every stage of your journey to achieving ISO 22301 certification, including a gap analysis, internal auditor training and a professional, robust audit.
ISO 22301 is now a requirement or strong recommendation for organisations in some sectors. If you choose Centre for Assessment to complete a Business Continuity audit, you may be able to:
✔ save money
✔ optimise customer service
✔ increase client confidence
✔ gain a competitive advantage
✔ comply with regulations in your sector
✔ improve your brand reputation
✔ minimise disruption
✔ commit to continuous improvement.
Centre for Assessment offers a wide range of training workshops to support your journey towards gaining OHSAS 18001 Occupational Health & Safety Management Standard.
For more information, please visit our training and events page
1. Initial Contact: We will contact you to gather the information that is required regarding the organisation. This may involve the completion of a short application form.
2. Formal Quotation: Using the information provided, we will send a formal quotation outlining the audit time and cost
3. Quotation Acceptance: We will contact you to discuss the quote allocate an auditor to you upon acceptance
4. Audit Arrangements: Your auditor will contact you to agree on suitable dates for the Stage 1 Document Review and Stage 2 On-site Audit. They will also inform you of any documentation requirements.
5. Audit: The audit will be completed as outlined in the quotation.
6. Verification: If your system complies with the standard, your auditor will recommend Certification for your organisation. Your report and supporting documents will be verified by an independent panel.
7. Certification: Once your report and supporting documentation has been approved, you will be issued with a Certificate of Registration and a set of logos to display the accreditation mark as appropriate.