Even the smallest incident can sometimes cause significant disruption to organisations. In a world that is becoming increasingly unpredictable, the need for an independently certified business continuity management system (BCMS) is becoming more and more vital to help overcome challenges and stay operational.
Certification to ISO 22301:2019 from Lloyd’s Register can help mitigate risk, add resilience to your organisation and gives your customers and stakeholders confidence that you can recover rapidly from the impacts of major incidents.
The certification applies to all types of organisations, regardless of the size or sector. The standard is reviewed every five years, ensuring it remains relevant in the face of the latest threats and risks faced.
The period for transitioning to ISO 22301:2019 has been extended to 30 April 2023.
Benefits of ISO 22301
Mitigate risk and limit disruption
An ISO 22301 certified BCMS with LR helps organisations identify and mitigate key risks, reducing the threat of an incident before it even occurs. By identifying potential risks, it prepares you for the unexpected, allowing you to respond quickly and decisively to minimise downtime should an incident occur.
Consistency of service and reputation
ISO 22301 certification ensures controls and processes are implemented to enable your organisation to effectively manage the disruption caused by major incidents. It will enable your organisation to safely maintain operations ensuring your customers receive the level of service they expect from your brand. It ensures customers receive the level of service they expect from your brand, protecting your reputation.
Customer confidence and new business opportunities
Implementing a robust BCMS with LR’s globally recognised brand earns customer and stakeholder trust to give a competitive advantage when bidding for new contracts.
Minimise financial loss
The methodical Plan-Do-Check-Act based approach outlined in ISO 22301 ensures resources are applied effectively to reduce overall risk and minimise any financial losses to the business.
Need help with ISO 22301?
LR follows industry best practice in our assessment of your BCMS, and with more than 30 years’ experience as a certification and training services provider, we are a market leader in ISO 22301 compliance. We provide ISO 22301 training, ISO 22301 gap analysis and ISO 22301 assessment and certification services to help you implement the standard requirements and respond quickly and efficiently should an incident occur.
At LR, we explore every risk with exacting, analytical precision, leaving no stone unturned and no threat unidentified; ensuring business continuity processes underpin the integrity of your brand.
Why work with us?
Lloyd’s Register maintains independence and impartiality across all third-party certification services and does not provide consultancy services for any management system, ensuring objectivity. We were the first UK certification body to become UKAS accredited (United Kingdom Accreditation Service), demonstrating our independence, impartiality and professionalism for conducting certification services against your management system.
Each of LR’s assessors is a trained and qualified management systems expert whom we match to your precise business needs, ensuring a comprehensive audit of your business risks to determine the required contingencies.
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The profits we generate fund the Lloyd’s Register Foundation, a charity which supports science and engineering-related research, education and public engagement around everything we do. All of this helps us stand by the purpose that drives us every single day: Working together for a safer world.
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