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How do you prepare for the unexpected in business?

How do you prepare for the unexpected in business?

Posted by:caragh.oneill
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It pays dividends to be prepared in business for the unexpected. By undertaking a structured approach to your business strategy, you put your business at a distinct advantage when upsets occur and put you in the best possible position to remain resilient and recover from potential reputational damage quickly.

Standardisation.

This is where taking a standards-based approach to your strategy can really help.

A question of Cyber-Security.

The ISO 27000 set of standards assist in aligning your info security strategy with best practice and with ISO 27001 you are putting in place a robust information security management system for your business and your customers, avoiding the opportunity for a data breach, such as this recent RBS/Nat West incredulous disaster https://bit.ly/2PgBNbQ .

Operating at your best

Implementing a Quality Management System in your business, such as the requirements outlined in possibly the best-known standard, ISO 9001, not only helps businesses large and small maximise their business operations, increases opportunities for acquiring new business, but also adds a protective layer against risk occurrence.

Stress-free working

Protecting your staff from injury shoulHow do you prepare for the unexpected in business?d be of utmost importance to business leaders today. The mental wellbeing of employees ought to be a serious consideration for Management, is also critical to the happiness of your staff and continued smooth operations of your business. Standards such as ISO 45001:2018 and the soon to be released ISO 45003, help cater for all aspects of your employees’ Health, Safety and Wellbeing.

There are few defenses as robust as developing management systems to ISO standards that your business can implement that will provide as much reassurance to you and your employees.

If you would like to know more about how ISO standards can have a positive effect on your business, please talk to Quadra www.quadraconsulting.com on +44 28 90 423222 or email us on info@quadraconsulting.com

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