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16th-20th May 2022 is the annual Business Continuity Awareness Week (BCAW), which is led by the BCI. The theme is ‘Building Resilience in the Hybrid World’.

Explaining the theme the BCI states:

In the last 24 months, the world has seen a rise in the adoption of hybrid work models, where employees have the flexibility to work part in the office and part remotely. In this new work environment, organizations need to rethink the way they embed and validate their business continuity plans...

For this reason, the theme for BCAW 2022 is: Building Resilience in the Hybrid World

The aim of the theme is to equip organizations and business continuity professionals with the necessary tools to embed and improve awareness of business continuity, as well as how to run effective exercises to engage staff, employees, and colleagues. 

What’s happening during BCAW 2022?

BCAW 2022 is sponsored by Castellan Solutions

Running a BCAW event or producing a resource for the week? Share them with Continuity Central and we will update this page with details.


The BCAW 2022 Exercise Playbook

Launched during BCAW 2022 the BCI Exercise Playbook provides a selection of realistic exercises for practical use within your organization.

Inside, there are a series of discussion-based and scenario exercises which can be used to highlight the current effectiveness of your business continuity programme against these threats.

Obtain the BCAW 2022 Exercise Playbook.


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