At a Glance:
- Successfully delivered all objectives of the project, including reviewing existing resilience plans, conducting Business Impact Analysis (BIA), drafting a combined emergency response and business continuity plan, and delivering a tabletop exercise.
- Received positive feedback and stakeholder satisfaction for implementing the change in business resilience, as well as forging long-term relationships with the charity.
- Improved the charity’s emergency response and business continuity capabilities by providing an Incident Management Plan (IMP) and exercise program, with recommendations for follow-up training.
Inverroy was hired by Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home Charity to review its existing resilience plans and develop a combined emergency response and business continuity plan.
Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home Charity needed to enhance its resilience plans and have a combined emergency response and business continuity plan.
Inverroy worked with the client to develop an approach that included an initial site visit, data-gathering exercises, and meetings with department heads and stakeholders. They also developed and delivered an exercise program, conducted briefing sessions, and created a log keeper course.
Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home is now equipped with a robust emergency response and business continuity plan, tailored to their unique needs and challenges. The tabletop exercise proved invaluable in testing and validating the plan, allowing the team to understand their roles and responsibilities in a crisis scenario. Not only did Inverroy deliver all aspects of the project within the timeframe and budget, but their expert guidance also earned positive feedback and stakeholder satisfaction from the client, with whom they have since forged a long-term relationship. By partnering with Inverroy, Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home has taken a major step forward in safeguarding its operations, reputation, and the welfare of the animals they serve.