We help organisations of all types withstand potentially disruptive events. We specialises in business continuity management and crisis management for companies in Switzerland and beyond.
Resilience Guard GmbHspecialises in business continuity management and crisis management for companies in Switzerland and beyond, helping organisations of all types and sizes withstand potentially disruptive events.
We draw on our decades of experience in business continuity, disaster recovery and crisis management to recommend bespoke, pragmatic business continuity and crisis management solutions that work for your organisation and keep it running, no matter what.
Power outages, data corruption and hardware failures are among the everyday risks faced by businesses today.
Fires, floods, strike action, terrorist attacks and natural disasters may be less common but still need to be considered as part of your risk management and disaster recovery activities.
From extreme weather and pandemics to failure of a key supplier, Switzerland-based business continuity provider consultancy firm Resilience Guard's risk management service helps you minimise the impact of risks you can foresee, as well as those you can't.
You may think that business continuity management and crisis management is a luxury.
However, such an ad hoc approach means you miss out on all the advantages that getting our unique team of specialists with invaluable experience in the business, manufacturing, retail, asset management, consumer goods and health industries, etc.
We guarantee complete confidentiality and always avoid conflicts of interest. We identifying areas for improvement and informed funding and resource decisions.
As a result of cooperation with us, you protect and prepare your company, get a clear plan of action and practically trained and well-trained employees.
Why choose us?
Resilience Guard is committed to acting with integrity in all its dealings with potential, current and past clients, both in terms of normal commercial confidentiality and the protection of all personal information received in the course of providing business services.
We always conduct ourselves honestly and honourably in business and expect our clients and suppliers to do the same. Our advice, strategic assistance and the knowledge imparted through our training, take proper account of ethical considerations, together with the protection and enhancement of our clients'reputations.
Our fees are competitive for the high quality, tailored, specialist consultancy service we provide. We do not offer arbitrary discounts. Generally any price reduction will lead to a corresponding reduction in the level or extent of consultancy services to be delivered. Consultants try to propose solutions which accommodate our clients'available budgets.
Conflicts of interest
Due to the sensitive nature of our consultancy services, we are careful to avoid providing a service to clients' direct competitors and try to avoid any dealings with competitor companies in general, without first gaining permission to do so from our current client.
We maintain the quality of what we do as consultants through constant ongoing review with our clients of all aims, activities, outcomes and the cost-effectiveness of every activity. We encourage frequent review meetings and provide regular progress reports.
Equality and discrimination
We always strive to be fair and objective in our advice and actions, and we are never influenced in our consultancy decisions, actions or recommendations by issues of gender, race, creed, colour, age or disability.
Good risk management doesn't slow an organisation down — it helps it go faster
One of our areas of activity is implementing business continuity management (BCM) systems taking a structured approach based on ISO 22301
We first invest time gaining a thorough understanding of your business by conducting a Business Impact Analysis (BIA) and Risk Assessment to identify mission-critical systems that support key business processes.
Strategy and plan
Armed with this knowledge, we then design an effective crisis management operational structure and develop recovery strategies for key business and technology areas in the form of a business continuity plan.
All stakeholders need to know that you have clearly set out business continuity plans in place to deal with any kind of disruption involving your people, buildings, infrastructure and technology. Documentation is essential to demonstrate compliance with the international standard ISO 22301.
Business Continuity Management training offers introduction to business continuity and ISO 22301, training for BCM teams, media training for BCM teams, advanced business continuity management training, BCM training tailored to your needs.
ISO 22301 Certification
The ISO 22301 standard specifies the requirements to implement, maintain and improve a business continuity management system (BCMS) to protect against, reduce the likelihood of the occurrence of, prepare for, respond to and recover from disruptions when they arise. Its aim is to ensure the business can continue to deliver products and services at an acceptable predefined capacity.
Who we are?
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