As states are lifting their COVID-19 pandemic restrictions in phases, organizations will be looking to again make changes as to how they operate.
- What do these changes mean for your organization?
- Do you delay the return of personnel to the physical workspace?
- What steps should you consider?
- Do you have a plan in place?
Your initial response to the identified business impact and risks or opportunities due to the COVID-19 pandemic may have focused on addressing the immediate need to comply with stay-at-home orders and personnel safety.
It seems like there are daily changes, including an overload of data that hits the internet and changes occurring due to societal unrest. As such, we suggest a two-fold approach. As you transition from partial reopening to full reopening and finally to the monitoring phase, you should begin implementation of your longer-term plan. While there is no “one-size-fits-all” plan, we encourage you to create a plan of actions and milestones for each phase that is appropriate for your unique business.
Radian can support your risk identification and mitigation strategy sessions. We can review your organization’s response to the pandemic and help you design an action plan for reopening while ensuring your organization meets or continues to meet your operational needs and requirements of ISO standard(s). We can provide guidance on updating or creating continuity plans and provide simulated disaster recovery training.
Please let us know how we can help you.
The Radian Compliance Team