CDS awarded ISO 22301 Business Continuity Management certificate
CDS is pleased to announce that we have been awarded the ISO 22301 Business Continuity Management certificate at a recent BSI Award Ceremony.
To recognise the hard work and effort the CDS team in our Leeds office put in to achieve ISO 22301 certification, the BSI team invited CDS to their certificate awards ceremony at their Milton Keynes office on 27th April 2017.
Commercial Director, Guy Van Lopik and Compliance Manager, Jemma Millward attended on behalf of CDS along with other businesses and individuals. CDS were the only company awarded ISO 22301, the majority being 27001, a clear sign that CDS is an industry leader when it comes to business standards.
In memory of our colleague Diane Shillito
Guy also invited Diane Shillito’s husband Ken and daughter Sharon to receive the certificate in memory of Diane who sadly passed away this year. Diane had worked tirelessly in the early stages of the process, ensuring the Leeds office was awarded the certification. It was a fitting tribute to a well loved and respected colleague.
Both Ken and Sharon spoke of their pride in receiving the certificate in memory of Diane and were very pleased to have been invited to attend.
About Business Continuity
Business continuity includes planning and preparation to ensure that CDS can continue to operate in case of serious incidents or disasters. We are also able to recover to an operational state within a reasonably short period.
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