Guide for Businesses

In our global economy, threats and risks to Canadian businesses are becoming increasingly frequent and more complex due to natural hazards and growing international threats arising from terrorism, globalized disease outbreaks and our reliance on critical infrastructure and technology.

Emergencies happen quickly and can escalate in scope and severity, resulting in significant human and economic loss.

Effective emergency management and continuity planning results from a coordinated business approach. Business continuity plans (BCPs) represent an organization's efforts to ensure the continued availability of critical services in the event of an incident or emergency affecting the organization.

An effective business continuity plan does not need to be lengthy in order to be comprehensive.

The following guide can assist your business with emergency preparedness and planning Guides for Business.