Risk Management Conference 2010

30 November - 1 December 2010   |   Grange City Hotel, London

Implementing risk management standards will help you build a solid strategy for success, but how do you integrate this strategy into your business culture?

Risk management is a process that we undertake every day in professional and private life, usually without realizing it. In the workplace, however, it often falls to one person or team to manage risk across the whole company; this is where the use of standards such as BS 31100 and ISO 31000 can help you build a strategic framework.

This year's Risk Management Conference will provide you with guidance on how to fully integrate your risk management strategy into the business.

Find out how to embed risk into your business culture by turning the process into a positive one rather than ‘someone else’s business’.

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Don't miss our post-event workshop

Rubina Faber, Director of Regal Training, will present a practical guide to embedding risk management into your business culture. This one-day workshop will give you the opportunity to put your ideas into practice and help you develop your risk management strategy.

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New: Attend morning or afternoon sessions 

Attend the session most relevant to your role, or book for both sessions to gain comprehensive information to improve your risk strategy.

Whether you are relatively new to your career in risk management or if you are an experienced risk manager/director, the 2010 BSI Risk Management conference has something for you.

This years’ event will feature a morning session and an afternoon session, specifically tailored to your role to ensure you make the most of your time with us.

A specialist workshop on the following day will give you the opportunity to put your ideas into practice and help you develop your risk management strategy.

Five reasons to attend this conference:
  • Understand the differences between BS 31100 Code of practice for risk management and ISO 31000:2009 Risk management – Principles and guidelines and how both can be used for greatest effect
  • Find out how you can get board buy-in to your risk management strategy
  • Get practical guidance on how you can incorporate risk management into your business culture
  • Learn from case studies from organizations already embracing risk management strategy as a positive tool.
  • Network with industry experts and peers to ensure you leave the conference with solid ideas and suggestions on how your risk management strategy can flourish.

Morning session (delegates with up to 5 years' experience)


Chairman’s Introduction

Michael Faber
Vice Chairman, Institute of Operational Risk


Keynote:
Risk management in the 21st Century

  • Recent trends and developments
  • What are leading companies doing and what benefits are they experiencing?
  • The role of risk management standards and codes of practice
  • What does the future hold?
Douglas Ure
Managing Consultant, Marsh


Standards Update:

  • Adding value to BS 31100 – the publication and use of ISO 31000
Jeremy Harrison
Head of Risk and Value Management, Network Rail
Chairman, BS 31100 Committee


How standards can help all organizations implement effective governance arrangements

  • Social responsibility (ISO FDIS 26000)
  • Risk management (ISO 31000, BS 31100 and IEC/ISO 31010)
  • Business continuity management (BS 25999)
  • High level structure proposed by ISO
David Smith, Director, iMS Risk Solutions
Chairman, BSI OHSAS Committee Chair, Management System's Expert Group


Interactive workshop exercise (Operational focus)

An interactive, engaging and fun risk exercise session where delegates participate in teams representing a fictitious organization pitting their collective risk knowledge and skills against an unfolding incident.
  • Teams will represent core functions of the organization in a risk committee setting
  • The incident will then proceed to unfold in phases
  • Each team will then discuss the information to hand and make decisions on next steps
  • At the end of each phase, teams will be asked to discuss their risk thought process and the decisions they made in response to the unfolding situation
A background brief, plus supporting documents, will be provided.

Chris Needham-Bennett
Managing Director, Needhams 1834


12:30 – 14:00
Lunch and networking


Afternoon session (delegates with 5+ years' experience)


Chairman’s Introduction

Michael Faber
Vice Chairman, Institute of Operational Risk


Keynote:
Culturally embedding risk management strategy at board level in Balli Group

  • The risk management strategy: 80% preventive work and 20% reactive
  • Know your customer
  • Training the workforce
  • Getting senior management onboard
  • Ministudy: the importance of preventive work
Britt Gustawsson
Head of Risk Management and Legal, Balli Group plc


Standards Update:
Principles and practices: How ISO 31000 and BS 31100 work together

  • What ISO 31000 really says and what it adds
  • The common core of the two documents
  • Practical underlying concepts illustrated by examples
  • Implementation tips
Matthew Leitch, Independent consultant and author


Case Studies: BT plc
Balancing risk and opportunity at BT

  • About BT
  • Setting up the ERM framework
  • The journey
  • Engaging our stakeholders
  • Benefits realization
Bill Aujla
Head of Enterprise Risk Management, BT plc


Interactive workshop exercise (Strategic focus)

An interactive, engaging and fun risk exercise session where delegates participate in teams representing a fictitious organization pitting their collective risk knowledge and skills against an unfolding incident.
  • Teams will represent core functions of the organization in a risk committee setting
  • The incident will then proceed to unfold in phases
  • Each team will then discuss the information to hand and make decisions on next steps
  • At the end of each phase, teams will be asked to discuss their risk thought process and the decisions they made in response to the unfolding situation
A background brief, plus supporting documents, will be provided.

Chris Needham-Bennett
Managing Director, Needhams 1834


17:00 - Close and depart


Who should attend?

  • Heads and directors of risk management
  • Risk managers and officers
  • Corporate risk managers
  • Strategic and operational risk managers
  • Corporate governance managers
  • Quality managers
  • Business development and planning managers
  • Compliance officers and auditors
  • Consultants.

Sponsorship Opportunities

BSI are renowned for producing high quality conferences, masterclasses and briefings across a wide range of industries. We combine the sector-specific insight of our research committees with the creativity and professionalism of our in-house conferences team to deliver timely and informative events of the highest calibre.

We understand that different companies have different marketing and business objectives - that’s why the sponsorship and exhibition opportunities we offer are truly bespoke and designed to meet your needs and expectations. If you would like to engage with high-level delegates and industry experts, whilst at the same time aligning your company with an award-winning brand, then we can create a package that ticks all of your boxes.

Our range of sponsorship packages will help you:
  • Showcase your products and services to senior decision makers in your industry
  • Increase brand awareness within your target market
  • Differentiate your products and services from those of your competitors
  • Maintain existing relationships and generate new leads for future business

For further details on our sponsorship opportunities and how they can augment your marketing strategy, please contact:

Asky Desta
Sponsorship Manager
BSI
Tel: +44 20 8996 7371
Fax: +44 20 8996 7888
Email: conferences@bsigroup.com
 

Book your place today

The quickest and easiest way to book your place at BSI's Risk Management conference is to fill in our simple online booking form (see prices below). We offer two basic packages:

  • Conference only - attend the Risk Management Conference on Tuesday 30 November
  • Conference + pre-conference workshop - attend both the conference (30 November) and our post-conference workshop (Wednesday 1 December)

You can also book over the phone by calling the BSI Customer Service team on +44 345 086 9001.


Conference
30 November 2010

Click on the prices below to book your package:

Conference AM Conference PM Conference full day
£250 £250 £450

Conference and workshop
30 November - 1 December 2010

Click on the prices below to book your package:

Conference AM +
workshop
Conference PM +
workshop
Full day +
workshop
£550 £550 £700

50% discount for BSI Members

BSI Members are now eligible for a 50% discount* on the full applicable rate for selected conferences, including Risk Management 2010. To book at the discounted rate, simply call our customer service team on +44 345 086 9001.

*Discounts are not retrospective and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer/discount.
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