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Latest revision as of 04:03, 31 October 2020

1. Exercise Safety Officer is an officer with BCM responsibilities assigned to ensure that any actions during the BCM test and exercise are conducted safely.

(Source: Business Continuity Management Institute - BCM Institute)

2. Person tasked with ensuring that any actions during the exercise and testing are performed safely.

Notes (1) : Usually relevant to a "live play" exercise.

Notes (2) : The Exercise Safety Officer should be involved from the planning of the exercise and testing until after the debriefing ([SOURCE: ISO 22300])

(Source: ISO 22390:2011 - Societal Security - Guidelines for Exercises and Testing) - clause 3.10