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Business Continuity Plan for Health Care
BUSINESS CONTINUITY PLAN/DISASTER RECOVERY TRAINING IN HEALTHCARE.
On 2nd February 2019, the onset of heavy rain left the private wing of one of the hospitals in Kampala flooded and patients scattering for their lives. Part of the ceiling board collapsed, walkways were filled with water and windows and ceiling boards started leaking. Most of the beds in ward 7 were wetted by the water flowing from windows and ceiling boards that health workers were forced to transfer mothers and the new-borns to the special care unit. This left business at the hospital at a standstill and delivered a wakeup call about the need for an updated recovery and business continuity plans as the hospital lost both the primary and secondary data centers. So whether it’s natural disasters, epidemics, human error causing unexpected downtime or cybersecurity threats, Management must plan for service interruptions to protect themselves and their patients. This is the minimum standard of service delivery in healthcare.
In line with this, the Institute of Forensics and ICT Security has organized a training in Business Continuity Planning / Disaster Recovery Planning for health care.
Where: Institute of Forensics and ICT Security located on 4th floor Ntinda Complex, Plot 33, Ntinda road (Opp. St. Luke Church)
Why: Continuity of services and operations after are major or minor disruption is paramount to the success of any organization and its stakeholders and especially when human life is involved. Sustainability of essential services is going to prepare you to ensure necessary steps are taken to respond to challenges that surface during and after a crisis. Understand and prioritize threats to your organization with ISO 22301.
|a. Understanding of business continuity principles
and the implementation processes for
b. Aligning existing emergency management
eﬀorts and executive strategic priorities.
c. Implement a Business Continuity Management
Systems (BCMS) for your organisations
d. Performing Business Impact Analysis (BIA) to
identify healthcare priorities and mission critical
e. How to coordinate the response following an
f. Test, maintain, and improve the BCMS
The training shall be facilitated by top Business Continuity and Disaster recovery experts in Uganda with clear case studies and experience sharing. This is an invitation only for training. You will receive great value training and resources.
Our capacity is limited to 20 persons. First come, first enrolled. To book space or for in-house training, please call Deborah Nakku on: 0784270586/0393206054 or email firstname.lastname@example.org before 12th April 2019.
- 7:30 - 8:00
- Arriving and settling in
- This is the allocated time for every on to arrive and find their table. all the tables have names of people that are supposed to sit on them
- 8:00 - 10:00
- First session
- 10:01 - 11:00
- Breakfast will be served from the counter opposite the the entrance of the Training room
- 11:00 - 13:00
- Second Session
- 13:01 - 14:00
- Lunch will be served from the counter opposite the the entrance of the Training room
- 14:01 - 17:00
- Last Session