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Annual Conference - New Date!!
Annual Conference - New Date!!

 New date : 1st February, 2023

Venue : Dynamic Earth, Edinburgh

Have you signed up for the Annual Conference yet? If so, we'll see you soon - on Wednesday 1st February 2023!!

The Scottish Continuity Resilient Scotland Conference is Scotland’s leading conference for Business Continuity, Emergency Planning and Resilience professionals.

After an understandable absence in 2021, we had hoped to return in 2022 even more determined to inspire and support our members and their organisations to not only survive but also thrive our way through the new normal. We have a proven track record of delivering a topical and interesting programme, providing excellent value for money to sponsors, exhibitors and attendees. We will now hold the event early in 2023.

Once again, there will be exhibition stands to visit during registration, coffee and lunch breaks and an opportunity to talk to suppliers. 

The Scottish Continuity Resilient Scotland Conference 2023 will afford you the opportunity of hearing about current and relevant industry practices; exposure to new technology and networking with like-minded peers, whilst showing an excellent ROI to your organisations. Come along and meet the Scottish Continuity team in the Resilience Zone to hear what’s happening in the future - network with your peers, make new friends and share experiences.

Scottish Continuity members attend the event FREE OF CHARGE, non-members are charged £125.

For more information click here!

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Webinar - Power Outages and Preparation
Webinar - Power Outages and Preparation

What happens when the lights go out - will you be left in the dark?

The Scottish Continuity Group (SCG) was delighted to host its recent event, ‘SCG Webinar - Power Outages and Preparation' on Wednesday 7th December. This event was part of the SCG’s Learning and Education Programme for 2022/3 and was delivered as part of the ‘Your resilience is our resilience’ theme.

Thank you to our great speakers:

  • Amanda Coleman – Crisis Communication Consultant
  • John Beresford – Senior Resilience Co-Ordinator, East of Scotland RRP
  • Mark Freeburn – BCM & Civil Resilience Specialist, Networks
  • Eric Leavy – SP Energy Networks

See News & Events page for the slides used!

Breakfast Briefing!
Breakfast Briefing!

Yes - They're back!

Keep looking out for details - we post dates on this website, and send out emails!

Meet with Scottish Continuity board members and discuss issues of the day over a bacon roll and coffee - our treat to our members! Drop in within that two hour period and share good practice and reflect on new initiatives, or discuss with peers the issues of the day, or just stop by for a natter!

We look forward to seeing you there if you can make it!

(Remember - If you are not a Member of Scottish Continuity, you can join for as little as £75 per year.  Details of how to join are HERE)

Preparing for Extreme Risks: Building a Resilient Society
Preparing for Extreme Risks: Building a Resilient Society

The above report has been prepared by the House of Lords Select Committee on Risk Assessment and Risk Planning and the Summary is only 3 sides and may be of interest. 

The full document runs to 110+pages.

The document can be found here:

Counter Terrorism E-Learning
Counter Terrorism E-Learning

During these unprecedented times where many of you are working from home, could you spare 45 minutes to help "protect the national security of the UK?"

Access to Counter Terrorism Policing's FREE counter terrorism training - See News & Events page!

Help us help you!

Please assist us by completing our survey. It will help us assess the general level of preparedness of our member organisations, and also help us organise further events of relevence for you. See our survey here.

Breakfast Briefings

Join us to discuss a crisis over a croissant! Chat about callamities over a coffee!

Upcoming in Edinburgh and Glasgow.

Look out for details!

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