• Business Continuity Management (BCM) is defined as the capability of an organization to resume the delivery of products and services during a disruption within acceptable timeframes at acceptable capacities (NCEMA). The assurance of the implementation of BCM across the Abu Dhabi entities is one of the critical roles of Abu Dhabi Emergency, Crisis and Disasters Management Centre (ADCMC)’s mandate as per the Decree 22/2019. Accordingly, one of the main ultimate goals is to achieve excellence in BCM and its implementation, ADCMC is committed to assure the compliance of Abu Dhabi entities with the NCEMA 7000:2021 standard that has been issued by the National Emergency and Crisis and Disasters Management Authority (NCEMA). ADCMC are working side by side with their stakeholders in the emirate of Abu Dhabi and providing them with the support as well as monthly basis meetings. 

ADCMC are keen to raise the awareness of NCEMA’s 7000:2021 standard by conducting workshops for both public and private entities in three main scopes:
Introductory workshops to cover NCEMA 7000:2021 standards requirements and the importance of the establishment of the business continuity management system targeting the top management.
- General awareness and explanation of NCEMA 7000:2021 standards requirements.
Detailed NCEMA 7000:2021 standards implementation workshops
A total of 228 workshops in the years 2021 and 2022 have been conducted with a total of 4337 attendees’ across Abu Dhabi entities.

• In alignment with the (AD aspiration) to drive the digital and smart government, ADCMC developed a Crisis Management Platform (ADCMP) that contains a holistic Crisis management module; the BCM requirements such as Business impact analysis (BIA), critical functions and system, and self-assessments have been fully (digitalized or automated)


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