Business continuity administrator (BSA) is one of the most important positions in an organisation, but what about when you need to manage and maintain your team?
This article outlines some of the best business continuity management practices for your organisation.1.
Have a safety plan to manage risks and avoid accidentsThe BSA is the most senior staff member within your organisation and the key element of the business continuity plan.
If you’re not following this safety plan, the safety of your team will be at risk.
A business continuity program can help you manage risks, but it can also put your business at risk if your organization does not understand the risks.
It’s important to have a clear understanding of how risk is calculated and when to take steps to avoid them.
It is a good idea to work with a BSA as part of the Business Continuity Plan, but there are other ways to do it.
For example, it’s possible to create a Safety Plan for your team.
For more information, see How do I create a Business Continuit Plan?2.
Implement risk-based managementA risk-informed business continuity strategy is a way of managing risk that focuses on the risks that can occur in the future.
A risk-driven approach can reduce the need for a risk management strategy.
This is particularly important for organisations that do not have a risk-managed team.
Risk-informed management also helps to identify the critical events that could affect your business and help you to address them.3.
Keep the company’s identity a secretThe BPA’s responsibility is to keep the identity of the company secret, and its role is to ensure that no one knows who runs your business.
For this reason, it is important to protect your employees’ privacy and your organisation’s internal processes.
When you are required to reveal your company’s name, its email address, and the name of your board of directors, make sure that you keep your identity a confidential secret.
For further information on this, see Who can see your personal information?4.
Protect your employees from potential threatsYou must be able to keep your employees safe from potential dangers in the workplace.
This includes safeguarding the health, safety and welfare of employees and other employees.
The most common types of threats include: a threat to your health or the safety or the life of others; an attack by a known or suspected criminal or an organised crime syndicate; or a threat that may cause damage to your business or the environment.5.
Set up a safety system to monitor risksThe BCA has the role of monitoring all your employees to ensure they are safe and to ensure the continuity of the operation of your organisation as well as the safety and health of the people in your organisation, and to make sure they are treated with dignity and respect.
This responsibility is the responsibility of the CEO.
The BCA is responsible for ensuring that any employee who needs to be protected is properly supervised.
For additional information on the BCA, see What do you need a business continuity planner for?6.
Develop a safety program for your employees and their familiesThere is a wide range of safety programs that can be put in place for your workers and their family members, such as safety planning for employees, health plans for employees and employees’ families, and support and training programs for employees.
A BSA has a role in this process.
For a more detailed overview, see Safety planning and family support programs for your staff.7.
Identify and monitor risks before you implement a planA BSA can identify risks and then implement a business plan to reduce the risks or to protect the safety, health and welfare, of the employees and the people involved.
If a business needs to address risks that are identified in the business plan, it can refer the situation to a Safety and Health Officer or an appropriate member of the management team.8.
Identifying and managing risks for employees before you do a planThe BAA has a range of procedures to protect employees, their families and the business.
These procedures include: identifying risks, taking steps to reduce risk and reporting any incidents to the BAA, and setting up a plan to address the problem.9.
Managing risks to protect other people in the organisationAnother type of safety program is a team-based safety program.
This involves a team of people who are all part of a team that has an agreed set of safety policies and procedures, such a safety strategy or a plan.
For information on how to identify and manage risks in a team safety program, see Managing risks in the team.10.
Develop an effective plan for managing risksThe process of managing risks in an enterprise is similar to that of a business.
However, because your organisation is small and a team may be composed of a large number of people, you will need to develop a plan for the team to work together and for each person to be able do their part.
For details, see Business continuity management.11.