NHS Resilience
Next Steps
Phil Storr
Head of NHS Resilience Project
Department of Health
For more information visit http:/...
NHS Resilience ~
Next Steps
• The importance of business continuity
management and the responsibilities of category
1 and ...
Business Continuity
Management for Category 1
& 2 Responders.
• BCM is a core requirement of the CCA 2004
• NHS Operating ...
NHS Resilience
Project
Aim
To improve resilience within the NHS to
ensure continuous operational delivery of
healthcare se...
National Capabilities Survey
2006 - Identified a need to focus on Business
Continuity Management across the
NHS.
2008 - Pr...
Towards Success
‘Awareness of BCM in the health sector is
high, and may reflect the Department of
Health’s high-level resi...
Balancing Agenda’s -
Commissioning
Lean
Resilience Sustainability
Governance,
Performance &
Transition
Risk Appetite
Servi...
For more information visit http://shop.bsigroup.com/pas2015
BSI BS 25999-2 On Line
Audit Toolkit
• Supplied to each NHS Trust in England up to December
2010
• Business Continuity Sel...
NHS Resilience Resources
Stakeholder Group and Project Board
National road-shows
Department of Health Resilience Guidan...
Maintaining Momentum in
Resilience and Preparedness
• Disruptive challenges
remain.
• Resilience is a
transition priority....
For more information visit http://shop.bsigroup.com/pas2015
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PAS 2015: NHS Resilience Next Steps, Phil Storr Head of NHS Resilience Project Department of Health, England

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Phil Storr’s (Head of NHS Resilience, Department of Health, England) presentation from BSI's (British Standards Institution) launch of the standard for healthcare resilience - PAS 2015

NHS Resilience Next Steps

• The importance of business continuity management and the responsibilities of category 1 and 2 responders
• The NHS Resilience Project
• Discuss the current tools, resources and guidance available to resilience planners, highlighting PAS 2015 and the benefits it offers to practitioners
• Maintaining momentum in resilience and preparedness during organisational changes.

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  • I recently founded the "Save Our NHS-Protect It From Civil Litigation-More Damages, Less Legal Fees" campaign (https://www.facebook .com/Protect.the.NHS.from.Litigation) Our four core aims are Increased damage payments due to NHS mistakes; Speedier and less stressful claim processing; Improved quality of care for all NHS users; These funded by less legal fees being paid by the NHS. How our four core aims above are achieved is open to debate. We would welcome your input into this debate which affects every member of society in the United Kingdom. Please see our recently updated "Saving the NHS for our Grandchildren" presentation (accessible via the link below). It consists of 24 slides and includes new material from The Scottish Government, as well as from the NHS Litigation Authority and from the Centre for Policy Studies. It can be viewed on : https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1ybcj6BeOSrYwrcuVYbgsJcNIhH4ZuSBtz90EM4O9vDU/pub?start=true&loop=false&delayms=5000&slide=id.p4#slide=id.p4 [**if clicking doesn’t work, do copy/paste the above URL to a browser**] It would be great if you can discuss the data in the above presentation and the aims of my "Save Our NHS-Protect It From Civil Litigation-More Damages, Less Legal Fees" campaign amongst your policy circles. I appreciate all feedback and suggestions. The campaign has received support from across the political spectrum, including from MPs and Peers from the Conservatives, Crossbench, Green Liberal Democrats, Labour, Liberal Democrats, SNP and UKIP parties (plus support from multiple Momentum groups). On slide #15 (of 24) we list nine supporting peers from the House of Lords : The Baroness Flather DL The Baroness Lister of Burtersett CBE The Baroness Meacher The Baroness Tonge The Lord Haskins The Lord Lucas The Lord Rana MBE, Baron of Malone The Lord Stoddart of Swindon The Rt Hon. the Lord Steel of Aikwood KT KBE DL Yours sincerely, Dr. Mamdouh Barakat
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PAS 2015: NHS Resilience Next Steps, Phil Storr Head of NHS Resilience Project Department of Health, England

  1. 1. NHS Resilience Next Steps Phil Storr Head of NHS Resilience Project Department of Health For more information visit http://shop.bsigroup.com/pas2015
  2. 2. NHS Resilience ~ Next Steps • The importance of business continuity management and the responsibilities of category 1 and 2 responders. • The NHS Resilience Project. • The current tools, resources and guidance available to resilience planners. • Maintaining momentum in resilience and preparedness during organisational changes. For more information visit http://shop.bsigroup.com/pas2015
  3. 3. Business Continuity Management for Category 1 & 2 Responders. • BCM is a core requirement of the CCA 2004 • NHS Operating Framework ‘be prepared’ • Understanding your supply chains • Business Impact Assessments. • Work with supplies and providers of services to understand continuity issues. • Understanding disruptive risks. For more information visit http://shop.bsigroup.com/pas2015
  4. 4. NHS Resilience Project Aim To improve resilience within the NHS to ensure continuous operational delivery of healthcare services when faced with a range of disruptive challenges either internal or external which can, if not correctly managed, lead to major disruption to services. For more information visit http://shop.bsigroup.com/pas2015
  5. 5. National Capabilities Survey 2006 - Identified a need to focus on Business Continuity Management across the NHS. 2008 - Progress in embedding BCM as a core activity, but further work still needed. 2010 - ???? - results due shortly. For more information visit http://shop.bsigroup.com/pas2015
  6. 6. Towards Success ‘Awareness of BCM in the health sector is high, and may reflect the Department of Health’s high-level resilience project. BS25999 has been accepted as the basis for BCM and specific NHS guidance is being produced.’ Chartered Management Institute ‘A Decade of Living Dangerously – The BCM report 2009’ For more information visit http://shop.bsigroup.com/pas2015
  7. 7. Balancing Agenda’s - Commissioning Lean Resilience Sustainability Governance, Performance & Transition Risk Appetite Service Management Strategic Positioning Reform For more information visit http://shop.bsigroup.com/pas2015
  8. 8. For more information visit http://shop.bsigroup.com/pas2015
  9. 9. BSI BS 25999-2 On Line Audit Toolkit • Supplied to each NHS Trust in England up to December 2010 • Business Continuity Self-assessment toolkit can operate across multiple sites/multiple users or as a standalone application. • Tools to plan, implement, operate, review, record and report on your business continuity management system (BCMS) • Can work through an organisation’s business continuity management system (BCMS), systematically identifying strengths and weak areas • Can work towards undertaking an external audit • With the information gained it can prepare organisations to more effectively manage incidents For more information visit http://shop.bsigroup.com/pas2015
  10. 10. NHS Resilience Resources Stakeholder Group and Project Board National road-shows Department of Health Resilience Guidance British Standard NHS BS25999 PAS 2015 Audit Tool  Website pending For more information visit http://shop.bsigroup.com/pas2015
  11. 11. Maintaining Momentum in Resilience and Preparedness • Disruptive challenges remain. • Resilience is a transition priority. • Build on our success to date. • Maintain board level commitment crucial. • Manage reputation both in planning & response. For more information visit http://shop.bsigroup.com/pas2015
  12. 12. For more information visit http://shop.bsigroup.com/pas2015

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