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What happens in your company if there is a power cut, or if IT, telecommunications or transport logistics are interrupted, or your supplier is suddenly no longer able to deliver the goods you need? Accidents, natural disasters and political conflicts can result in enormous losses for companies, especially if they have not taken appropriate precautions.
The Swiss government supports the economy in times of severe crisis, so that companies can continue to perform their supply function. However, it is the responsibility of each company to protect itself against risks and interruptions to supply by operating a system of business continuity management.
The Federal Office for National Economic Supply (FONES) has produced this brochure with the aim of helping companies identify risks and take the necessary precautions. In cooperation with trade and industry associations and other involved authorities, the FONES wants to encourage you to reflect on how your company protects itself against risks and deals with crises and disasters. However, the ideas and suggestions contained in this brochure cannot of course substitute your own efforts.
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