Threats and disruptions cost US businesses billions of dollars every year. Effective Business Continuity Planning is essential for ensuring your company’s success after a man-made or natural disaster. Business continuity planning (BCP) is the process involved in creating a system of prevention and recovery from potential threats to your company. The plan ensures that personnel and assets are protected and are able to function quickly in the event of a disaster. The Wisconsin Safety Council can help you develop your BCP so your company, employees and assets can recover quickly and return to normal operations more efficiently. Our Safety Managers are well-versed in business continuity best practices and have experience in creating BCPs across all industries. We can help you create a BCP that is customized to your facility and operations.

What Is Included With This Service?

A Safety Manager from the Wisconsin Safety Council will visit your facility (virtually or in person) where they will be guided through a tour by a member of your team. Once familiar with your site’s critical operations, our Safety Manager will work with you to:

  • Develop and conduct a Business Impact Analysis
  • Develop and implement Recovery Strategies specific to your operations
  • Identify recovery teams and develop your recovery plans
  • Provide training to recovery teams and all employees
  • Develop and conduct tabletop exercises to test your plan

Who Would Benefit From This Service?

Every workplace is susceptible to disruptions caused by man-made and natural disasters, and nearly all industries have been impacted by the recent global pandemic. Any facility with deficiencies in their BCP or without a BCP would benefit from this service.

Why Should You Want This Service?

When disaster strikes, no facility, operation or industry is safe from the economic impacts of a disruption in business. This service will help you identify the best ways to quickly recover your operations and minimize losses in the event of a disaster.

For questions or to schedule this service, please contact WSC at 608-258-3400 and

Wisconsin Safety Council