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Knowledge library; a range of case studies and resources to support risk based exercises, business continuity management and ISO 22301 compliance

Our case studies & resources plus external resources

Do you want to learn about embedding resilience in practice, how to set up a risk based exercise programme, or gains tips on communicable disease outbreak management.. and more?  Please explore these free resources and get in touch if you’re looking for advice.

Free guide to Embedding Resilience
BCI BCAW webinar slides
Meningitis toolkit image
"Journey to ISO2201" Slides

"How To" Guide: Embedding resilience

A free 14 step guide to how to build resilience into all levels of your organisation

Please email me and I will send you a copy

The BCI BCAW Webinar slides

Building Resilience - ISO22301 certification via a meningitis outbreak. Lessons for pandemic preparedness

Case Study: Managing a meningitis outbreak and vaccination campaign

Following the death of a student the University had to vaccinate 4,200 students with 2 vaccinations 4 weeks apart in the run up to the summer exams. Find out how we prepared for and delivered this campaign with Public Health England and Partners



Case Study: The first University to gain ISO22301 accreditation

Find out how I designed, built and implemented the Business Continuity Management System at the University of Surrey. This case study describes how the University of Surrey went from limited buy in to full ISO22301 certification in 2 years.


Webinar: An introduction to hospital business continuity

Delivered for the Hong Kong College of Emergency Medicine with Dr Katherine Henderson, President of the Royal College of Emergency Medicine

“Justin recently invited Kent County Council to take part in a Peer Review of the Business Continuity Management Systems in Kent and West Sussex County Councils. Knowing that Justin had already developed a BCMS that had been BS25999-2 accredited, we just couldn't say no. We benefitted from Justin's knowledge, skills and experience of Business Continuity Management and the Peer Review process. He conducted detailed interviews, highlighted good practice and made clear recommendations. We have already taken action on each recommendation - a sign in itself that they were appropriate and useful.“

Fiona Gaffney, Kent Brexit Coordinator

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