Business Continuity Management System
GC has established the Business Continuity Management Policy in line with the ISO 45001/ OHSAS 18001, the ISO 22301 (Business Continuity Management System: BCMS) and GC Management System (GCMS) in order to create continuity and maximum efficiency in GC's business operations according to Business Continuity Management System Standard (BCMs Standard).
In the case where an emergency occurs, an Emergency Manager (EM) will be assigned to assess the situation prior establishing the management approach, which can be divided into three levels of emergency as follows.
Emergency level 1
Non-Violent emergency event, which the situation can be controlled by Emergency Response Team.
Emergency level 2
Minor emergency event which the situation might affect surrounding communities and requires additional resources to manage situation.
Emergency Level 3 and Crisis Situation
(Province / Country Level)
Major emergency event which the situation’s impact reaches province/city level and requires additional resources to control the situation.
Business Continuity Management
Major disruption event which significantly impact company's reputation, regulation, and business continuity.
Furthermore, GC communicates and educates employees about business continuity management through the BCM newsletter as well as the training such as the "BCM Awareness", "Risk Assessment and Business Impact Analysis" workshop. This is to ensure that the employees are knowledgeable in the BCM system and is able to apply the knowledge with its operations efficiently. These enable GC to be ready to handle emergency situations.