Commenced in January 2007
Frequency: Monthly
Edition: International
Paper Count: 30004
Usage of Military Continuity Management System for Supporting of Emergency Management

Authors: R. Hajkova, J. Palecek, H. Malachova, A. Oulehlova

Abstract:

Ensuring of continuity of business is basic strategy of every company. Continuity of organization activities includes comprehensive procedures that help in solving unexpected situations of natural and anthropogenic character (for example flood, blaze, economic situations). Planning of continuity operations is a process that helps identify critical processes and implement plans for the security and recovery of key processes. The aim of this article is to demonstrate application of system approach to managing business continuity called business continuity management systems in military issues. This article describes the life cycle of business continuity management which is based on the established cycle PDCA (Plan- Do-Check-Act). After this is carried out by activities which are making by University of Defence during activation of forces and means of the integrated rescue system in case of emergencies - accidents at a nuclear power plant in Czech Republic. Activities of various stages of deployment earmarked forces and resources are managed and evaluated by using MCMS application (Military Continuity Management System).

Keywords: Business continuity management system, emergency management, military, nuclear safety.

Digital Object Identifier (DOI): doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1110413

Procedia APA BibTeX Chicago EndNote Harvard JSON MLA RIS XML ISO 690 PDF

References:


[1] Czech Republic. Act. 2000. No. 239/2000, Coll. on Integrated Rescue System, as amended. In: Collection of Laws, no. 73, pp. 3461 – 3474. ISSN 1211-1244.
[2] BS 25999-1 Business continuity management - Part 1: Code of practice, London: British Standards Institution, 2006.
[3] BS 25999-2 Business continuity management - Part 2: Specification, London: British Standards Institution, 2007.
[4] Sharp, J. The Route Map to Business Continuity Management. Meeting the Requirements of BS 25999. British Standards Institution, 2008. p. 117. ISBN 978-80-254-3992-0. Available at WWW .
[5] Urban, M. In Perspektivy, kvality, vol. 1. No. 3. 2015. ISSN 1805-496.
[6] Smíd, A. Risk analysis Consultants. Available online at WWW
[7] TORABI, S.A., H. REZAEI SOUFI and Navid SAHEBJAMNIA. A new framework for business impact analysis in business continuity management (with a case study). Safety Science. 2014, 68: 309-323. DOI: 10.1016/j.ssci.2014.04.017. ISSN 09257535.
[8] Business Continuity Management. Available online at WWW
[9] Kotulova, H. Business continuity plans and their apply to industrial accident. In Požárních ochrana. 2010. ISBN 978-80-7385-087-6.
[10] Business Continuity Management. Available online at WWW .
[11] Czech Republic. Government regulation 2008. No. 465/2008 Coll. on calling the Czech Army´s soldiers for fulfilling tasks of Police of the Czech Republic at radiation break down at nuclear power stations.
[12] Czech Republic. Directive of the Chief of General Staff of the Army of the Czech Republic of deployment of forces and means the Army of the Czech Republic within the Framework of the Integrated Rescue System. Praha. 2011. p. 40.
[13] Ministry of Defence. Zona 2015. Available at www .
[14] Military continuity plans. ZLD. 2014.