Charlie Maclean-Bristol provides some practical advice for business continuity managers who are preparing for an ISO 22301 certification audit.
Recently I was in Fremont, California, supporting a business through an ISO 22301 audit. My company had been working with the business in question for a year to get it ready for the audit and we had already taken part of the organization (the part based in Sweden) to ISO 22301 certification, so we were fairly confident that we would pass this audit. However, a different auditor is always an unknown entity. This meant that the audit was, as always, approached with a little apprehension.
The following are 15 points I learned from this particular audit: