Enterprise Risk Management – Is your business prepared?
The British Chamber Myanmar, in partnership with Exera, International SOS and Siward Newton have come together to hold a series of events around Enterprise Risk Management, identifying all the areas where businesses are under prepared and at risk from various threats.
This seminar will focus on -
Developing and Delivering a Risk Culture
With presentations as follows,
In a volatile and uncertain world, companies needs to tailor their own risk management solutions, working across departments and executive levels to deliver comprehensive health, safety and security solutions that will protect their employees at all time. Developing a corporate risk culture aligns with companies' duty of care responsibility and sustainability agenda, making them more resilient while fueling their growth.
Developing a risk culture isn't just a management exercise - it requires an entire culture shift through your entire enterprise. Communicating the importance of health, safety, security, and the environment to your staff on the ground is vital to instilling those values and successfully mitigating risk. Using concrete examples across several industries, Exera will introduce the practical reality of creating a risk culture that works for your company and your employees.
People don't enjoy talking about risk because it's often discussed only in terms of what can go wrong. Understanding risk, however, is about understanding uncertainty arising from both threats and opportunities. Siward Newton will introduce a more balanced view of risk and some ideas to promote constructive and positive risk awareness.
Followed by a panel session with experts from a number of areas including Legal, Insurance, Corporate Governance and Risk Analysis.
Date: Wednesday 4th September, 2019
Time: 8:30am until 10.30am
Venue: Sule Shangri-La Hotel
Cost to Members: $5
Cost to Non-Members: $15
If you are no longer able to attend, please cancel your place at least 48 hours in advance as the event only has limited places. The Chamber reserves the right to invoice all no-shows for the entry fee which will need to be settled prior to attending another British Chamber event.