|Venue||Sands Expo & Convention Centre @ Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
10 Bayfront Avenue
|Date & Time||23rd Aug 2017
BCI Asia Business Continuity Awards Ceremony 2017
24th – 25th Aug 2017 | 9 am – 5.30 pm
17, 18, 21, 22, 23 August 2017 | 5-day Professional Certification Workshop This 4-day training course is based on the BCI Good Practice Guidelines (GPG), the independent body of knowledge for good Business Continuity (BC) Practice and is aligned to ISO22301. The Course is intended to meet the technical and professional needs of BC and […]Click for more information on 'Pre-Conference Workshop I:The CBCI Certification Training Course'
21 – 22 August 2017 | 2-day Professional Certification Workshop The International Association of Emergency Managers (IAEM) created the Certified Emergency Manager (CEM®) / Associate Emergency Manager (AEM®) program for emergency managers to raise and maintain professional standards; it is a program to certify achievements within the profession. The first step to attaining the CEM/AEM […]Click for more information on 'Pre-Conference Workshop II:Fundamentals of Emergency Management: Professional Development Training Certification'
By Mr Henry Ee (Managing Director, BCP Asia)Click for more information on 'ARRC 2017 Opening Address'
The Asia Risk & Resilience Conference (ARRC) 2017 is co-organised by BCP Asia, the International Association of Emergency Managers (IAEM) & the Risk and Insurance Management Association of Singapore (RIMAS). The conference is also endorsed by the Business Continuity Institute (BCI) in the UK. The 3 societies will be represented by Mr. Ellis Stanley, IAEM […]Click for more information on 'Organising Societies’ Welcome Address'
Simulation Exercise (Part A): This year’s simulation exercise will be carried out over 4 sections and will guide the delegate from peacetime preparations, to when a crisis arise and handling the crisis, to activating your BCP.Click for more information on 'Riding through the Storm: Faster Road to Recovery'
Managing risk is central to any organisation no matter the sector or size, but more so now than ever before due to increased regulation and media scrutiny. Managing risk effectively helps protect customers, shareholders, employees and ultimately, an organisation’ reputation. Everyone in an organisation carries responsibility for managing risk effectively and if they get it […]Click for more information on 'Keynote Presentation:Corporate Enterprise Risk & You'
Crises are now measured in tweets per second. In the era of social media, organizations have to communicate at the speed of their audience. The traditional ‘command and control’ model is no longer the best solution and can in fact as a poison pill in a crisis.Click for more information on 'The Crisis Management Hierarchy of Needs: If Maslow Turned to Crisis Management'
Simulation Exercise (Part B): This year’s simulation exercise will be carried out over 4 sections and will guide the delegate from peacetime preparations, to when a crisis arise and handling the crisis, to activating your BCP.Click for more information on 'Riding through the Storm: Faster Road to Recovery'
The modern economy runs on interconnected supply chains. Business Continuity Management (BCM), although crucial for each individual business, is not sufficient to prevent supply chain disruptions. For example, during the 2011 Great Floods in Thailand, Isuzu Motors in Thailand had to close its factory for 6 weeks even though it is not located in the […]Click for more information on 'Supply Chain Risk & Resilience: Practical Approach for SMEs'
How changes in the threat environment, and business continuity discipline are influencing the role of the BC Manager alongside the other disciplines that contribute to resilience.Click for more information on 'Keynote Presentation:The Changing Face of Business Continuity'
Simulation Exercise (Part C): This year’s simulation exercise will be carried out over 4 sections and will guide the delegate from peacetime preparations, to when a crisis arise and handling the crisis, to activating your BCP.Click for more information on 'Riding through the Storm: Faster Road to Recovery'
Enjoy the spread that we have prepared for you while exchanging ideas and updates with other industry experts!Click for more information on 'Afternoon Tea Break'
Business continuity planning processes deal well with the immediate needs for assets and equipment, getting businesses back up and running after a crisis or a disaster. However, the longer-term, people-related, complexities of a disaster tend to receive less attention. Our research highlights the importance of focusing on long-term demand changes and wellbeing of employees, and […]Click for more information on 'The Long Tail of Organisational Recovery from Disaster'
Employee expectations from overall emergency response & business continuity processes have changed, however at times our business continuity & emergency response planning fail to acknowledge those changing needs & stick to rudimentary conventional methods. Learn how matured organizations have evolved to accommodate changing employee needs during crisis.Click for more information on 'What Employees need during Crisis & Recovery – a Pragmatic Perspective'
Simulation Exercise (Part D): This year’s simulation exercise will be carried out over 4 sections and will guide the delegate from peacetime preparations, to when a crisis arise and handling the crisis, to activating your BCP.Click for more information on 'Riding through the Storm: Faster Road to Recovery'
Return on 25th August 2017 for 4 workshops run over 2 parallel tracks: Morning Sessions: Cyber-Security, Emergency Management, Afternoon Sessions: Terrorism and Business Continuity Management, Do indicate your interest to join either tracks when registering for the conference!Click for more information on 'End of 24th Aug 2017'
Registration starts at 8.30 am. The conference will begin at 9 am. This day is split into 2 parallel tracks where 4 specialised workshops will be run. Register yourself with one workshop each for the Morning & Afternoon sessions now! Morning Session: Workshop A: Catastrophic Risk Management – Focus on Cyber Risks & Mitigations Facilitated […]Click for more information on 'Registration'
Businesses digitize all aspects of operations, from client interactions to partner relationships in supply chains, entire organizations, enterprises and corporations become electronically exposed and vulnerable to cyber security and wider enterprise risk implications. Globally, Cyber Security and Cyber Crime are persistently on schedules for regulators and governments.Click for more information on 'Workshop A:Catastrophic Risk Management – Cyber Risks & Mitigations in ERM'
“Meta-leadership” refers to guidance, direction, and momentum across organizational lines that develops into a shared course of action among the different departments within the organisation. Organisational leaders should be more agile and adaptive in order to prompt the sort of resilient and flexible organizational response required for quick and immediate change.Click for more information on 'Workshop B:Meta-Leadership & the Fundamentals of Emergency Management'
History has shown us that countries, organizations and even law enforcement are often a few steps behind the latest terrorist incidents and trends: the terrorists only have to get it right once whereas the authorities have to get it right every time! With the emergence of Islamic State (IS) in the last few years and the […]Click for more information on 'Workshop C:Responding to Terrorism: Best practices & Strategies for efficient & effective resolution'
Seats are filling up fast! This case study presentation will provide a practical insight into an ‘Active’ programme of work on improving Organizational Resilience.Click for more information on 'Workshop D:A Case Study into Organisational Resilience – Measuring & Improving your Organisation’s Resilience'