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ISO 22301 – Les bénéfices pour les organisations et les professionnels

Ce webinaire présentera les bénéfices pour les organisation de s’aligner sur la norme ISO 22301 et de la certification à la norme ainsi que les bénéfices pour les individus de connaître la ISO 22301. Le webinaire présentera également la formation offerte par le BCI pour améliorer sa connaissance de cette norme et comment avoir une approche étapiste en vue de certifier une organisation en utilisant l’outil d’auto-évaluation. Ces formation et outil ont été développés par ICOR, le International Consortium for Organizational Resilience.


Marie-Hélène Primeau est formatrice pour le BCI et enseigne les cours ISO 22301 Lead Auditor. Sa firme, Premier Continuum, a aussi intégré l’outil d’auto-évaluation ISO 22301, développé par ICOR, dans son logiciel de continuité ParaSolution et le distribue sous licence.
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    -How and how often do the managers of these disciplines talk to each other about the combined contribution of their separate programmes that support organisational resilience?

    -How is the personal resilience of individuals being developed so they will be able to perform their roles and responsibilities in the event of a disruption?

    -What value does the validation phase (exercising and audit) add to resilience programmes?
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    Lyn Webb, Senior Manager, Regester Larkin by Deloitte
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  • Interpreting the GDPR's Article 32 in the most appropriate way for YOUR business Recorded: May 18 2017 53 mins
    Nick Burrows (Daisy Group)
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The Business Continuity Institute (BCI) is the world’s leading institute for business continuity. Established in 1994, the BCI has established itself as the leading membership and certifying organization for Business Continuity (BC) professionals worldwide. The BCI currently has over 8,000 members in more than 120 countries.

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