Expecting the #Unexpected

Expecting the #Unexpected

Issued: Tue, 21 Mar 2017 10:00:00 GMT

A new drive to help ALL the University’s Schools, Research Institutes, business units and professional services prepare for the unexpected is currently underway. This involves the creation of a business contingency plan.

A “Business Continuity Plan” is a carefully thought-through process for coping with minor or major calamities – unexpected events - that could stop a School from teaching students or a University service from supporting students and the academic community. It is neatly summed up in the much-used war-time slogan: “Keep calm and carry on”.

How long would it take you and your team to get your day-to-day teaching and services back in action?

In other words, are you expecting the unexpected?

Colin Montgomery - Bus Con Officer 

Want to know more and get advice?

Business Continuity and Emergency Planning -

Want to comment or ask a question: Email – communications@glasgow.ac.uk