The British Standards Institution (BSI) and the Cabinet Office Emergency Planning College are holding an exclusive and official launch for the latest Organisational Resilience Standard- BS 65000, to take place at the EPC on Friday 23rd September.
Drawing on the latest academic evidence, business insights and new thinking, the BSI has updated the trailblazing British Standard on organisational resilience and how to build it within each organisation. The standard has changed into a code of practice, and now includes valuable new material.
The new BS 65000:2022 provides guidance and recommendations on what constitutes organisational resilience, the defining attributes and the practical measures that should be considered and could be taken.
The standard has changed into a code of practice, and now includes valuable new material that can help your organisation understand what resilience means for it and provides the necessary guidance to help you build a more resilient future.
- It advances the concept of resilience by providing more detail on principles and characteristics
- It harmonizes many existing management processes and systems to save management time and improve investment decisions
- With agreed terms and definitions, it supports discussions on resilience across organizations
- It provides a way to measure resilience
- It can help users enter new markets, accelerate innovation, develop resilience expertise, grow sustainably, improve efficiency, increase trust, and strengthen risk management
For more information, check out the BSI website here