9 April 2020
11:00- 12:30 BST
Malcolm Cornish, who led the development of the standard ISO 22313:2020, introduces this new edition and looks for answers to key questions that will enable organisations to:
- assess the issues they are facing
- put together a coherent and cohesive plan for adapting to new realities
- support the well-being of the workforce and ensure the organisation's survival
- ensure that the necessary checks and balances are in place
- look for ways to improve beyond coronavirus
Rick Cudworth will take time out from advising many clients to explain how the concepts set out in the Standard are being applied in practice. He will look at how continuity and resilience based planning techniques can help through the expected 6, 12 and 18 month ‘waves of disruption’ using three scenarios in which:
- the current restrictions are still in place
- there is some relaxation of the current restrictions
- there is a move away from restrictions
He will provide guidance on how organisations can ‘ride the waves’ whilst ensuring safe, flexible and resilient operations throughout
Meet our speakers:
Rick Cudworth, Partner, Risk Advisory, Deloitte LLP
Rick is a leader and pioneer in Strategic Risks, Organisational Resilience and Crisis Management with over 30 years’ experience. He is a Partner at Deloitte and founded their Reputation, Crisis and Resilience practice. Rick has over 30 years' industry-leading experience in High Impact Events, Resilience by Design and Crisis Management.
Rick is also Chair of the British Standards Institution Technical Committee for Continuity and Resilience (CAR/1), and has actively participated in the development of British and International Standards for Business Continuity, Organisational Resilience and Crisis Management. He is currently involved in Standards development for Emerging Risks and is co-Chair of the sub-committee considering the revision of the British Standard (BS 65000) on Organizational Resilience
Malcolm Cornish ISO 22313 Project Leader
Malcolm has specialized in business continuity management for more than thirty years in industry and as an independent consultant. He has been a member of CAR/1, the BSI committee responsible for British and International standards in continuity and resilience, since its inception in 2005.
Malcolm is also a member of ISO Committee TC 292/WG2 Continuity and organizational resilience, where he actively participated in the development of ISO 22301:2012 and ISO 22301:2019 and, as Project Leader, led the development of ISO 22313:2012 and ISO 22313:2020
Deborah Higgins, Head of Cabinet Office Emergency Planning College (EPC)
Deborah is an experienced emergency management and business continuity specialist. Having designed large-scale crisis management training and exercises, she has also led on the design and development of British Standards and qualifications.
As Head of the Cabinet Office Emergency Planning College, Deborah is responsible for directing all EPC activities and for managing the relationship with the Cabinet Office, Serco and wider stakeholder groups. With vast practical experience in emergency management and business continuity management internationally, Deborah has designed and coordinated large-scale multi-agency incident and crisis management training and exercises at operational, tactical and strategic level.
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