SA & NT Chapter Event (6/05/2021 PM) - RESILIENCE, A Risk Management Approach
SA & NT Chapter Event - RESILIENCE, A Risk Management Approach
The SA Chapter of RMIA is pleased to invite you to explore some contemporary approaches to building resilience through the implementation of risk management activities in your organisation.
Hosted by the RMIA SA & NT Chapter in partnership with Deloitte’s, join our Facilitator and Presenters as we guide you through practical solutions to manage risk with real-life examples from past SA bushfires and the recent Coronavirus outbreak.
About the Topic
Resilience: a concept concerned fundamentally with how an individual, a business, a community or a system effectively recovers quickly from disturbance, disaster and change.
Tim Davis - Senior Manager Risk Advisory at Deloitte Risk Advisory Pty Ltd.
Tim provides risk management advisory services in the disciplines of sustainability and emergency management for Deloitte Risk Advisory. He has over 25 years of experience specialising in research, development, implementation and performance measurement of systems and strategy in the commercial and public sectors including infrastructure, mining, horticulture and public sector land management. Tim’s strength is his ability to translate evidence-based research, policy and lived experiences into situations where people can make connections with economic, social and sustainability settings to mitigate risk and build organisational resilience.
Prior to Deloitte Tim held roles in climate change analysis and environmental management as well as emergency management where he was responsible for establishing landscape approaches for community resilience.
Tim will be supported by Sherie Walczak, Unit Risk Manager at City of Marion SA and RMIA SA-NT Chapter President and Emma Griffin, Risk Management and Project Officer at ECH Inc and SA-NT Chapter Committee Member.
About our Speakers
Shane Bolton is the Manager, Disaster Resilience at the Central Adelaide Local Health Network (CALHN). Shane is based at the Royal Adelaide Hospital. He is responsible for overseeing emergency and disaster management, business continuity and security operations across numerous hospitals and community service sites. Shane was also the project lead for the Human Disease risk assessment using the National Emergency Risk Assessment Guidelines, with a specific focus on Pandemic Influenza.
Ian Tanner is the Major Incident Controller at CFS, a recognised leader and practitioner of fire management in SA. He has considerable fire management experience, originally engaged as the Senior Regional Fire Management Officer for the National Parks and Wildlife Service since early 2004 in the Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges region. He spent two years as the State Manager Fire Planning before returning to the Region as the Manager Fire, AMLR in 2019. In 2016 he was recognised with an Australian Fire Service Medal in the Australia Day Honours List.
TIME/DATE: 10:00am - 12:00pm ACST Thursday, 6 May 2021
ACST UTC +9:30 (Adelaide Timezone)
LOCATION: Deloitte Offices, Level 17 / 11 Waymouth Street, Adelaide SA 5000. This is a face-to-face inperson event. Out of region attendees can join the event via Zoom for a fee of $20.00 incl.GST - CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR ONLINE ATTENDANCE ONLY
FORMAT: Morning tea will be provided, along with tea & coffee at this event.
INVESTMENT: $30.00 incl.GST for Members
$40.00 incl.GST for Non-Members
The time on your ticket when issued is the RMIA server timezone and may differ to the time of the event in your timezone. Please check this registration page for correct TIMEZONE and ACTUAL SESSION TIMES.
Registration for this event will close 48 hours prior to the event when attendees details will be provided to the venue due to COVID-19 requirements. Registration for Zoom invitation details will be sent 24hours prior, we cannot guarantee receipt of the Zoom invitation details after this time.
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