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How to Prepare a Simple Small Business Continuity Plan

May 18 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am

In this webinar, learn how to create a simple plan to help businesses and organizations prepare for outages and disruptions.

Business Continuity Awareness Week is an annual event that highlights the importance of planning to make organizations resilient and recoverable in the face of disruptive events. Business Continuity centres on preserving organizations of all sizes and purposes in the face of disruption and disaster.

This Webinar will discuss simple ways for small to medium sized organizations prepare for outages and disruptions. Planning is about more than the actions to be taken when things go wrong. Business Continuity Planning outlines the organization itself as the object of the planning, not the disruption itself.

Join this webinar to learn how to prepare your organization to overcome disruptive events.

Who Should Attend

Small & medium sized businesses, not-for-profit organizations, and entrepreneurs that want to learn business continuity methodology to help prepare for and manage disruptive events. Anyone interested in Business Continuity

During this webinar, you will

  • Learn the steps to collect and analyze the information you need to prepare for your plan. It begins with a Business Impact Analysis (BIA) to get to know your organization.
  • Discover recovery strategies, which begins with reviewing the types of decisions you will need to make if a disruptive event occurs. Will you work from home? Is there an alternative work site? Who needs to be contacted? And more.
  • Learn how to create a simple Business Continuity Plan to help manage and recover from disruptive events, including key action items and contacts.
  • Participate in an engaging exercise. Attendees will be able to practice a business continuity plan based on a disaster scenario.

Location – Online (Webex) 

Registration –

Pre-registration is required.  Webex login instructions and link will be provided by email prior to this event.  Contact the MBEC events team if you have any questions – / 905-615-4460

Guest Speaker:

Abraham Binder, MA, ABCP, CEMC (he/him)

Emergency Management Specialist, Business Continuity

City of Mississauga | Community Services Department | Office of Emergency

Abraham Binder acts as the City of Mississauga’s Business Continuity Lead, developing and implementing the Business Continuity and Continuity of Operations program. He has worked in private sector Business Continuity in various roles for RBC, TD Bank, Sun Life, Canadian Tire, Manulife, and other companies. He has work with developing Business Continuity Programs and IT departments on their Disaster Recovery programs. He has an MA in Disaster and Emergency Management and an MA in History. He has taught Business Continuity at York University in the BA and MA programs in Disaster and Emergency Management since 2011.

Event Organizer:

This event is hosted by the Mississauga Business Enterprise Centre (MBEC) in partnership with the City of Mississauga’s Office of Emergency Management, to provide business continuity awareness and support for the local business community.


Mississauga Business Enterprise Centre (MBEC), Economic Development, Small Business & Entrepreneurship Division, City of Mississauga, is your central source for small business information, resources and guidance.  905-615-4460 @MississaugaEDO – Twitter | LinkedIn | Facebook  | Instagram

The Office of Emergency Management is responsible for ensuring the City of Mississauga is prepared for large emergencies, disasters, and business disruptions by establishing robust emergency plans, staff and stakeholder training, emergency preparedness public education & outreach, and through the implementation of a comprehensive organization wide business continuity management program.

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