Thermo Fish Scientific

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As the world leader in serving science, Thermo Fish Scientific is committed to its customers, employees, shareholders and suppliers. To ensure the consistent availability and delivery of its products and services, Thermo Fisher Scientific has developed the following policy in support of a comprehensive program for business continuity (BC), disaster recovery (DR) and overall business resilience.
Scope
This policy applies to all business operations and departments of Thermo Fisher Scientific. Management will assess the preparedness of all organizational groups within Thermo Fisher Scientific and report annually to the Thermo Fisher Scientific BCM Steering Committee. The assessment will include the resiliency, quantification and qualification of
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Information Technology (IT), is also responsible for the development and maintenance of a DRP to ensure that any damage or disruptions to critical assets can be minimized and restored to normal or near-normal operation as quickly as possible. For these reasons, Corporate Risk Management requires that;
• All Business Continuity plans and supporting disaster recovery plans are in compliance with and in support of any and all legal and regulatory requirements that the business is subject to.
• Business units conduct risk assessments to identify, estimate, and prioritize risks to organizational operations and conduct business impact analyses to identify operational and financial impacts of disaster as well as critical resource requirements, vital records, manual workarounds, and supporting IT systems needed to sustain or recover business operations. Risk Management is open to assist in this process.
• Business units develop a clear and detailed structural system to effectively report, respond, manage, and recover from either an incident or a disastrous

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