Govt Agencies Told To Set Up Business Continuity Plan

Govt Agencies Told To Set Up Business Continuity Plan
Govt Agencies Told To Set Up Business Continuity Plan 

By The Brunei Times  
01 July 2009

A Business continuity plan should be drawn up by all government agencies 
to ensure that their duties are carried out in the possibility that 
their officers and staff are infected with the Influenza A (H1N1) His 
Royal Highness Prince Haji Al Muhtadee Billah, the Crown Prince and 
Senior Minister at the Prime Minister's Office said in his closing sabda 
following the National Disaster Council Meeting yesterday.

At the Fire and Rescue Department headquarters, His Royal Highness said 
that all government agencies need to be prepared to face this situation 
which could threaten the scope of their work, especially with the 
possibility that officers and staff can be infected with this outbreak.

His Royal Highness also stressed the importance of assessing the 
effectiveness of communication between agencies and the public, 
particularly in relaying the necessary preventative steps which should 
be taken to reduce the spread of H1N1.

Steps such as self-quarantine for those infected and their close 
contacts as well as practising a sense of responsibility and 
unselfishness were among the efforts which should be taken seriously to 
prevent the spread of infection to a more critical state, His Royal 
Highness said.


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