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Business Continuity processes are designed to manage and minimise wherever possible, the impact of uncertainty on the University.
Business Continuity is "the uninterrupted availability of all key resources supporting essential business functions"1. The Business Continuity Process refers to the plans detailing responses to any event that may affect the safety of staff, students or the community; the continued operations and services of the University; or the University's assets and reputation.
The objective is to identify preventative treatments for continuity risks that can be routinely managed, and to develop university-wide Business Continuity Plans (BCPs) to ensure the recovery of key business functions and the restoration of normal operations within established timeframes to minimise losses.
Business Continuity Management has three complementary components – Business Continuity, Emergency Response and Crisis Management
Services offered through the Business Continuity area:
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1 (Australian National Audit Office, 2000)