Business Continuity Management (BCM) is the proactive vision of the risk and threat analysis, added of fundamental components: a contingency plan, prevention and response actions, in order to protect companies and businesses from major losses.
In Beacon’s vision, BCM deals with five different risk groups:
safety or daily-routine risks (e.g. fires, vehicle accidents…)
internal major events (e.g. collapsing of a building, major data losses…)
security threats, breaches and leaks (e.g. data hacking…)
environmental and man-made risks and threats (e.g. earthquakes, floods, atmospheric phenomena, pandemics… or terrorism, conflicts, political instabilities..)
In its vision, Beacon uses a more holistic approach than what is normally included in BCM. That is because your company, your organization, is not unlinked with the external world, but is full nested in it. So it is part of a more complex multi-risk scenario and have to cope with it in the best way possible.
As further analysis, it is important to do not forget that BCM has to be as wide as your company’s business is: if you are producing in UK and you sell in Indonesia, a good BCM plan will be focused on both the areas.
What we do
Identification of requirements
Development of policy & objectives
Communication with parties and stakeholders
Support document and guidelines
Risks and threats assessment
Business Impact Analysis
Business Continuity Strategy
Business Continuity Plan
Internal audit support
Development of Standard Operating Procedures
My shop had been flooded. I almost lost the whole warehouse. It was not avoidable. A good plan saved me: data, customers contacts, administration, suppliers contacts... those information gave me the opportunity to start from scratch. I avoided financial collapse, insurance companies recognized my commitment: I had done everything possible to save my business. (Andrea M.)
Using a new and proprietary matrix named B2CON, our BCM Team is able to provide services to different target:
Shops, retailers, small professional studies
Micro, Small and Medium enterprises (SMEs)
Local Authorities (Borough or County Level, Council, Mayor..)
Large industrial complex
For every target a specific range of affordable services had been set up: without losing our holistic view of the Business Continuity Management.
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You own a shop? A small retail unit? You are a self-employed and you own a small office or consulting room?
Beacon cares that every business are able to have their own specific business continuity plan and BCM service.
“normally, the smaller your business is, more difficult could be your recovery after a crisis, a disaster or a major accident. UK and EU economics are based on small business and SMEs, and we want to preserve them, to support them and to provide them top level services.” (L. Massucchielli – Beacon CEO)
Beacon’s service is an omni-comprehensive on-site and web based service aimed to provide a 365 days a year BCM advisory support
108 £ month
365 days BCM support (monthly payment)
Assess risks and threats
Define policies and objectives
Draw up a Business Continuity Plan
Prepare a Communication Plan
Define Standard Operating Procedures
Test and review the whole system twice a year
Provide a 365 days a year on-line / on-call advisory support
SMEs are composing the majority of the economic tissue in UK and EU. They are the heart of the EEA economic and they are in need of simple but effective procedures to reduce losses and damages, but also to increase their capabilities.
Start-ups are encouraged in UK and all across the EEA, in order to support economic growth and recovery from 2009 and 2011 crisis.
Beacon created three specific services, for start-ups, small and medium companies, but we are fully available to consider a tailor made solution, specific for your company. If this is the case, please contact us
Support Local Authorities and Planning Officers to organize prevention and preparedness activities focused on to reduce economic loss in case of disaster or major incident.
Use of local business continuity management data to identify enlarged risk maps and cope with multi-risk situations.
Identification and development of BCM project funded by EU (ECHO, Horizon2020…) or other sources