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BS25999 – protection, assurance, insurance?. Glenn Smith MBCI. Does it guarantee our plans and those of our dependents?. Is BS25999 effective against the Olympics?. Stuff happens Suppliers BS25999 context BS25999 specifics ISO22301 Bird Flu and the Olympics! What can we do?. ?.

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Bs25999 protection assurance insurance

  • Is BS25999 effective against the Olympics?


Bs25999 protection assurance insurance

  • Stuff happens

  • Suppliers

  • BS25999 context

  • BS25999 specifics

  • ISO22301

  • Bird Flu and the Olympics!

  • What can we do?


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What else could go wrong
What else could go wrong?

  • Security issues

    • Direct threat/event

    • Global participants

    • Reduced resources

    • Secondary targets

  • Disaster events

    • Weather related

    • Global events

    • ‘Accidents’

    • Fire...

  • Resource events

    • Strike

    • Staff shortages

    • Transport

    • Crowds

  • Technical issues

    • Direct IT failures

    • Comms overload

    • Infrastructure failures


Supply chain scope
Supply Chain scope

  • Upstream and downstream

  • Internal dependencies

  • Providers

  • Clients and Customers

  • Contracts

  • Media

  • Public Image

  • Market Place


Assurance
Assurance!

  • Yes - we have a plan

  • 20 questions

  • Seen the BCP

  • Own audit process

  • Supplier assures BS25999 compliance

  • Supplier has BS25999 certification

  • Observed scenario exercise

  • Joint scenario exercise

  • Do we feel qualified to ‘tick the box’?


Bs25999 coverage
BS25999 Coverage

BS25999

Key Contents

  • Scope and Policy

  • Understanding the organisation

  • Strategy development

  • Strategy implementation

  • Exercising

  • Maintaining

  • Improvement


Bs25999 contents
BS25999 Contents

  • Areas covered:

    • Training

    • Documentation requirements

    • Records

    • Management reviews

    • Roles and responsibilities

    • Internal audit

    • Self assessment

    • Correction actions

    • Support services

    • Stakeholders

    • Suppliers



Answers
Answers

  • They will both happen (have done so before)

  • Predictable – ‘regular events’

  • Global impacts

  • Media coverage/public scrutiny

  • Innocent parties

  • Dependencies/priorities change

  • Opportunities!


Some facts
Some facts...

  • 15 July to 16 Sept

  • Other UK events too

  • 9 million tickets

  • 2 million visitors

  • Interest

  • Focus of attention

  • Travel

  • Suppliers


Loss of momentum isobel nicholas stonehenge
‘Loss of Momentum’(Isobel Nicholas - Stonehenge)

Infrastructure

  • Supply chains –

Suppliers

Suppliers

London Olympics

Suppliers

Suppliers

Suppliers

Transport


So how does bs2599 help
So how does BS2599 help?

  • Some key words –

    • Dependency

    • Resources

    • Risk

    • Impacts

    • Alignment

  • Framework for re-assessment

  • BIA

  • Will audits specifically cover 2012 issues?



Business planning
Business Planning

  • Plan for disruption

    • Lack/increase in demand

      • Stock

      • Accept shortfalls/lower production

    • Staff shortage

    • Increased home-working

    • Absenteeism

    • Supply chain disruption

    • Transport disruption


So what can we do
So what can we do?

  • Manage reality

    • UK impacts

    • Security (restrictions)

    • UK interest

    • Travel disruption

    • TV

    • Home-working where possible

  • Acclimatise – training

  • Invoke?

  • Policies – HR, Absenteeism, TV...


Who would have though it
Who would have though it…

Consider…

Could this happen in 2012?

Or

If not this, then what else?

  • Police and petrol companies have urged motorists not to panic-buy fuel after the explosions at the Buncefield depot.

  • As reports come in of long queues at petrol stations, authorities said there were sufficient alternative supplies for London and the South East.

  • "I understand the concern of motorists, but there is no need to panic," said Ray Holloway of the Petrol Retailers Association.

  • "This site is strategically important, but not critically important.“


Questions comments observations
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