In the previous blog we established that BCMS is not a subset of ISO 31000. The entire thinking behind BCMS is that in spite of every precaution we exercised, the catastrophe has taken place? Under these circumstances, how do we keep operating the business? ... Read More
ISO31000 was promoted as the level playing field for putting all types of risk into the “same pot” and seeing which ones broke through the surface to cause losses of some form or another.
ISO31000 galvanised into a major Standard (in fact becoming the largest selling Standard of all others in Australia and other regions) as it drew interest from a wide range of stakeholders across a number of industries. It put on the table in many boardrooms processes that had as yet not been as well defined, for example protecting directors and office bearers from personal liability in cases where staff or visitors were injured in their premises or facilities. ... Read More