Business Continuity Management
Western Sydney University (WSU) is committed to enabling the timely recovery of University operations during a disruption through the establishment and maintenance of a Business Continuity Management (BCM) Program as set out in the WSU Business Continuity Management Policy.
BCM prepares the University for high impact/low probability disruptions that cannot be avoided or mitigated through business-as-usual risk response strategies so that in the case the disruption occurs, the organisation is able to respond effectively, resist failure, and recover.
The BCM Program, led by the Senior Program Lead, Business Continuity and Resilience, establishes, maintains, and/or executes:
- BCM Policy
- BCM Framework
- Business Impact Analysis
- Crisis Management Plan
- Crisis Communication Plan
- Business Continuity Plans for Teaching, Research and University Services
- Exercise and Training Programs
- Status and progress reporting on the BCM Program
- BCM Awareness
Please note that some links above are only available to CMT and BCT members.
The BCM Program is executed via an annual cycle to embed BCM within the organisation and to continuously improve our business continuity response.
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