BSi introduces 11 new standards in response to Covid-19
Posted on 09/04/2020 by IED
Following the outbreak of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), BSI has considered how they can actively support and contribute towards the collective efforts in mitigating the potential risks caused by this global health issue amongst the UK business community.
They have reviewed the information available to them and as a result, BSI has worked with international standards organisations to make these standards accessible for the purposes of organisations that are involved in the UK COVID-19 response.
Upload date: 26 March 2020
Continuity and Resilience
- PD CEN/TS 17091:2018 Crisis management: Building a strategic capability
- BS EN ISO 22301:2019 Business continuity management systems — Requirements
- BS EN ISO 22313:2020 Business continuity management systems. Guidance on the use of ISO 22301
- ISO/TS 22318:2015 Guidelines for supply chain continuity
- ISO 22316:2017 Organizational resilience. Principles and attributes
- BS ISO 31000:2018 Risk management — Guidelines
- BS 31100:2011 Risk management - Code of practice and guidance for the implementation of BS ISO 31000
- BS ISO 22319:2017 Community resilience - Guidelines for planning the involvement of spontaneous volunteers
- BS ISO 22330:2018 Guidelines for people aspects of business continuity
- BS ISO 22395:2018 Community resilience. Guidelines for supporting vulnerable persons in an emergency
- BS ISO 22320:2018 Emergency management. Guidelines for incident management
These standards offer information and practical advice for businesses and individuals, which help the business community navigate the challenges and potential risks associated with the current global crisis.
They will constantly be reviewing the situation in order to ensure that they are working with businesses in the most effective and supportive way in these extraordinary times.
BSI is currently working in partnership with the Emergency Planning College (EPC), part of the Cabinet Office Civil Contingencies Secretariat, to deliver training to the complimentary standards by webinar.
The webinar series schedule is below:
COVID-19 and Organizational Resilience
Robert MacFarlane, Deputy Director, Head, Resilience Training, Doctrine & Standards, Cabinet Office and Kevin Brear, Director of Consulting – Technology Risk Management, Xcina Consulting Limited
COVID-19: Community Resilience and Volunteers
Duncan Shaw, Professor in Operational Research and Critical Systems at the University of Manchester, David Powell, Visiting Academic at the University of Manchester, Professor Margaret Harris, Emeritus Professor at Aston University and David Norris, Head of Service Delivery (Operations), Buckinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service.
COVID-19 and Risk Management
Russell Price Chairman, Continuity Forum; Julia Graham, Technical Director, AIRMIC
Thursday, 9 April 11.00 – 12.30, “COVID-19 and Continuity”
Rick Cudworth, Partner, Risk Advisory, Deloitte LLP; Malcolm Cornish ISO 22313 Project Leader
Implementing BS ISO 22313 Business Continuity Management Systems – Guidance to ISO 22301