Business Continuity Management

NXP is committed to preparing and planning for serious incidents or disasters so that we can resume delivery of products and services as soon as possible in the event of a disruptive event.

To achieve our Business Continuity objectives, we have created a Business Continuity System under the guidelines of ISO 22301 and IATF 16949 Section The NXP Business Continuity Management includes all NXP businesses, activities and sites under NXP control. NXP deploys a multi-tier approach to business continuity and crisis management. Each tier focuses on a specific risk area and corporate guidelines are established for each tier and are integrated within each business group.


The NXP business continuity plan has defined the following objectives:

  • Prevent or reduce injury to staff
  • Minimize loss or damage to property, the environment and the extent of disruption
  • Ensure immediate and appropriate emergency actions are taken
  • Provide an effective, fit-for-purpose structure for responding to an incident, with pre-determined roles and responsibilities
  • Identify other key business activities required for our NXP organizational survival in the short-term
  • Identify other business activities that will need to be recovered
  • Set up suitable alternative means of operation
  • Identify alternative sources for supplies, resources and locations to safeguard and retrieve vital records
  • Train personnel and familiarize them with emergency and recovery procedures
  • Communicate effectively with key stakeholders such as employees, customers, suppliers, investors, media and regulators

The NXP Business Continuity team evaluates risks and potential threats periodically and will provide timely communication to our customers should an incident occur which impacts our operations. These communications could vary from an update to an initial assessment survey or more detailed and incremental follow-up information as an incident is managed.

Additional details can be found within the Corporate Business Continuity and Crisis Management Update.

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