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Business continuity

Last Modified July 12, 2016

Planning for incidents that affect day-to-day business is known as business continuity. We have plans in place to ensure that, should an incident occur, we can continue to deliver normal levels of service.

We also have a responsibility to promote business continuity for local business and voluntary agencies.

Useful links for business continuity

Information on how to be resilient at home and in business.

Hertfordshire Resilience

We are a member of Hertfordshire Resilience, the county's emergency planning partnership, which plans for emergencies affecting the county and region. Members include district councils and Hertfordshire County Council, as well as external agencies.

You can read the latest issue of Resilience Matters newsletter, which is produced by the Hertfordshire Resilience group.


Business continuity

What would happen to your business if you were unable to access your premises for days or weeks? Planning how you would cope with such events makes your business more resilient and will help you ensure the key aspects of your business are able to continue during an incident.

For more information about business continuity visit Herts Direct.


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