Business Continuity Planning
Introducing a new tool for BC businesses: the Business Continuity Plan
If you’re a business who has been impacted by the pandemic, forest fires, flooding, or any other type of hazard outside of your control, this tool is for you.
We know how tough the past few years have been on businesses. That’s why we created the Business Continuity Planning Tool.
The tool was recently launched for businesses across British Columbia to help them prepare for and mitigate the impact of disasters that affect their business.
Click here to access the Business Continuity Planning Tool
Why we Made this Tool
This tool was developed in collaboration with Colin O’Leary, of O’Leary & Associates.
O’Leary has worked with businesses across B.C. for over a decade helping them create the same plan that is in the BCP.
His wealth of knowledge and experience of disaster preparedness has helped hundreds of businesses save their operations over the years.
2021 was a Sobering Year for B.C. Businesses
Our province experienced heat domes, atmospheric rivers, forest fires and flooding, forcing many businesses to leave their livelihood behind.
And of course, the pandemic has had a lasting impact on businesses.
There is a need, now more than ever, for business owners to take the time to plan for disasters. We want to give every business the best chance possible to survive and thrive, no matter what mother nature throws at it.
How this Tool Helps BC Businesses
The goal of the Business Continuity Plan is to help businesses prepare for and respond to unexpected disruptions.
You’ll be able to protect your employees better and have a great understanding of how your business could continue to operate, even during a disaster.
With the tool, we’ll walk through the following items together:
The possible hazards your business faces;
Your business’ core functions and assets;
What impacts the loss of these core activities will have; and;
Protect your Business Against Disaster
Head over to cfbcp.ca to create your account and make your own Business Continuity Plan today.
You’ll be joining the over 1,000+ businesses in B.C. who have used this content to build their own plan.