Projects

Projects

Our consultants have executed an array of emergency preparedness, response, business continuity, crisis and incident management projects for companies including not-for-profit organizations, startups, SMBs, Fortune 100 corporations and global enterprises. We have developed and delivered international pandemic plans, devised training programs and conducted groundbreaking simulation exercises. Clients are so satisfied with our work that most retain us to adjust the programs to the needs of their growing businesses and the ever-shifting landscape of threats to their organizations.

Here is a sampling of current and past projects. For more details on any specific engagement, please contact us at info@raymondcoxconsulting.com.

Multinational Healthcare Company

Multinational Healthcare Company

Developing the business continuity management program from the ground up for one of our client’s US sites, to adhere to client’s global standards, and align with the requirements of ISO 22301. This engagement includes all aspects of the program from business impact analysis, to business continuity plans, risk assessments, training and exercises, where none currently exists.

Global Manufacturer and Marketer of Consumer Products

Global Manufacturer and Marketer of Consumer Products

Engaged to develop and facilitate the annual Crisis Management Team exercise in 2019. Initial response will be practiced out of the alternate site, and then transferred to headquarters for ongoing recovery and support. Goals include validating and using new plan documentation, use of online tools/forms, accounting for people, and practicing information sharing among and between teams.

Private Foundation

Private Foundation

Designing, preparing for, and facilitating the annual Incident Management Team tabletop exercise. The goal is to help management ensure there is a viable incident management capability in place in response to an event, large or small.

Enterprise Software Company

Enterprise Software Company

As part of a series of business continuity-related lunch and learns, we kicked off the first topic on emergency response planning. We provided a brief overview of a business continuity management system, followed by a discussion of emergency response program trends and best practices, and presented suggestions for improving their program, based on our analysis of sites worldwide. Client is utilizing our recommendations to develop the framework for a globally consistent program.

Multinational Computer Technology Company

Multinational Computer Technology Company

The primary goal of this engagement was to evaluate one global division to determine, on the basis of objective analysis, if the business continuity program has any material gaps or flaws, or other opportunities for improvement not directly linked to a gap per se. This resulted in a compilation of recommended steps the division should take to address any concerns identified in the evaluation (i.e. a “Roadmap to Maturity”). Additionally, we developed a summary report that presents a detailed analysis of where the program stands regarding its compliance with ISO 22301 requirements, to provide top management with a broad perspective of the program in relationship to the most widely adopted business continuity standard.

Manufacturer of Scientific Instruments

Manufacturer of Scientific Instruments

Worked with client to identify the most significant threats to their processes, and to identify recovery capabilities, requirements, and gaps for each function based on a Threat Assessment analysis. Additionally, guided client on the creation of a new controlled business continuity plan template.

Creator and Manufacturer of Technologies and Life Science Tools

Creator and Manufacturer of Technologies and Life Science Tools

Performed a gap analysis against the recognized standard: ISO 22301:2012 – Societal security – Business continuity management systems – Requirements so client could better understand the additional steps they needed to take to align with, or achieve, business continuity certification.

California Healthcare Provider

California Healthcare Provider

Engaged to build the client’s business continuity management program from the ground up, the scope of the engagement includes all aspects of program governance, risk assessment, incident management, and business continuity, with a formal review of existing IT disaster recovery, and emergency response programs.