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While severe weather can occur at any time of the year, October to April is the peak time for flooding, tropical cyclones, heat waves, bushfires, and severe thunderstorms. The 2022-23 long-range forecast includes an increased risk of an above-average number of tropical cyclones and tropical lows. So, what does this mean for your business in terms of business continuity and disaster recovery plan?

Business continuity and disaster recovery is a combination of strategies, policies, and procedures about how an organisation should respond to or adapt to potential threats or unforeseen disruptive events while minimizing the negative impacts.

Effective business continuity plans limit operational downtime, whereas effective disaster recovery plans limit abnormal or inefficient system function. Only by combining the two plans can businesses comprehensively prepare for disastrous events.

This webinar will help you assess risks and prepare for events to minimize the risk of business disruption and disaster recovery through topics including:

  • The risk management framework
  • Disaster recovery protocols
  • People management (for example staff who volunteer post-emergency and those who cannot get to work because of the emergency)

What's next?

See what webinars we have planned in our Events Calendar.