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With the rise of work-from-home orders and staffing shortages associated with the COVID-19 coronavirus, it’s never been more critical to assess your organization’s processes, procedures and plans for maintaining business continuity during crises.
For over 15 years, Prevalent has helped organizations measure not only third-party risk readiness, but also their own internal preparedness for challenging times. Today, we are pleased to offer a complimentary Pandemic Business Resilience Assessment questionnaire for revealing business continuity gaps and supply chain risks related to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Part of the Prevalent platform’s Business Resilience Assessment suite, the Pandemic Assessment includes a survey for your internal business units, plus another for your external supply chain vendors. Please see below for descriptions of each survey, plus related screenshots from the Prevalent Platform.
Not only is the free Pandemic Business Resilience Assessment available to everyone as a PDF, but we are also offering it to all Prevalent customers within the Prevalent risk management platform.
The complimentary, 27-question Pandemic Business Resilience Assessment is available to everyone as a PDF checklist. Feel free to re-purpose and customize the content for your own assessments. Click here to access the free PDF.
The Pandemic Business Resilience Assessment is also available to all Prevalent customers within the Prevalent risk management platform, which offers automated assessment and reporting capabilities. When taken with our broader Business Resilience Assessment, Prevalent customers have access to 61 questions specific to pandemic preparedness and associated supply chain risks. If you’re a customer, please contact us to activate the new questions.
Prevalent’s complimentary Pandemic Business Resilience Assessment enables you to evaluate business response plans for COVID-19 and other pandemics – both internally and among vendors in your supply chain.
Check the maturity of your organization’s COVID-19 response processes and governance against best practices for crisis management.
By issuing this assessment to internal business units, you can identify potential gaps and weaknesses that are often overlooked when organizations mobilize their workforces. It covers key pandemic planning considerations through 18 multiple-choice questions that assess pandemic management maturity and associated operational risks.
The internal assessment (pictured in the Prevalent platform) makes it easy to gauge the preparedness and resilience of your organization’s internal business units.
Quickly gauge the pandemic’s potential impact on your supply chain vendors and their ability to manage service outages.
With nine multiple-choice questions, this assessment is designed to quickly collect relevant data from your vendors. This makes it easy to gather the information you need to make immediate, informed decisions regarding emerging supply chain disruptions. Focus areas include:
The questions can also serve as a baseline for more extensive vendor risk and compliance assessments to be conducted once the crisis has abated.
The Prevalent platform displays third-party assessment results in a central risk register, which provides unified visibility into risks and issues that need immediate remediation.
The coronavirus crisis is likely presenting you with unprecedented challenges – both personal and professional. I hope this questionnaire makes your job a little bit easier in the face of this crisis. Once the dust settles, keep in mind that Prevalent also offers a free, one-hour third-party risk management program maturity consulting session. In the meantime, everyone at Prevalent wishes good health to you, your team, and your families.
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