Supply Chain interruptions can happen anywhere, anytime. A robust Business Continuity
Plan can help a company prepare for the unexpected, and minimize the impact of business
disruptions. The following material is general in nature and is intended to help guide
productive discussions to determine how a company can best address its specific
business continuity risks. We recommend that you assess your company’s particular
business continuity risks and level of planning. See below for more information on
robust business continuity planning, from Intel and other sources.
A solid business continuity plan specifies the escalation plan, the communication plan,
and the recovery plan.
SARS, H5N1 influenza (avian flu), and H1N1 influenza have raised awareness of potential
worldwide pandemics. Prudent companies develop plans and programs to proactively
prepare for pandemics or other situations impacting a large proportion of their
workforce. A sound business continuity plan and preparedness plan helps minimize
disruption to our supply chain, and to protect the health of our employees, their
families and the communities in which we live and work.
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