Modern Implementations of Risk and Crisis ManagementA Course for industries, money lenders and insurersfoboni@riskope.com ...
Modern Implementations of Risk and Crisis ManagementA Course for industries, money lenders and insurersfoboni@riskope.com ...
Modern Implementations of Risk and Crisis ManagementA Course for industries, money lenders and insurersfoboni@riskope.com ...
Modern Implementations of Risk and Crisis ManagementA Course for industries, money lenders and insurersfoboni@riskope.com ...
Modern Implementations of Risk and Crisis ManagementA Course for industries, money lenders and insurersfoboni@riskope.com ...
Modern Implementations of Risk and Crisis ManagementA Course for industries, money lenders and insurersfoboni@riskope.com ...
Modern Implementations of Risk and Crisis ManagementA Course for industries, money lenders and insurersfoboni@riskope.com ...
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Riskope will present in Toronto a three days course, September 23-24-25, for industries, money lenders and insurers

Capitalize on expert knowledge to gain maximum value on these vital issues:

IDENTIFY risks that really matter and have the potential to disrupt your business.
CONVINCE money lenders that your business will be sustainable in a world of shrinking credits.
DISCOVER issues that could lead to crises, possibly hampering your growth.
PINPOINT threats that are lurking in any commercial contract, ready to bite you.
EXAMINE what can you do if your insurance denies your next coverage.
ANALYZE how can you best support the next critical decisions in a transparent, rational way.
EVALUATE what you can do by yourself and what should be done by a risk consultant; as well as REALIZE what you can ask from a risk consultant and what he should deliver.
GENERATE value and proactively defend your business by understanding your business risk and crisis landscape.

This Course will bring much needed methodological and practical answers to anyone involved in evaluating risks in projects (including pre-feasibility level), operations, decision-making in any industry, insurances and money lenders, rational risk & crisis management that will brings value to your enterprise (operations/ projects) by optimizing risk exposures, giving you a leading competitive edge.

Attendees will gain an understanding of do's and don'ts in Risk Management and Crisis Management, how risk can be integrated in the decision making process. Numerous examples (world and local events) drawn from Dr. Oboni day to day practice, respecting, of course, the bounds of client’s confidentiality, will create a solid link between the theoretical aspects and day to day real life events.

The Course uses plain language (whenever necessary technical glossary is defined), and no mathematical knowledge is needed to understand the developed concepts.

You should attend if you:

Want to do your best to ensure your business survival by proactively managing risks and crises.
Want to ensure healthy coverage (as an insurance, as an insured) and money lending (as a debtor, as a lender).
Want to be able to understand how the situation around and inside your company evolve and want to make sure you take advantage of the opportunities that arise.
Care about your workers, people, society and understand that it is important to leave a legacy that is better than the one you received.

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  1. 1. Modern Implementations of Risk and Crisis ManagementA Course for industries, money lenders and insurersfoboni@riskope.com +41-79-621 8795coboni@riskope.com +1-604-341 4485Modern Implementations of Risk and Crisis ManagementA Course for industries, money lenders and insurersTorontoSeptember 23-24-25Capitalize on expert knowledge to gain maximum value on these vitalissues: IDENTIFY risks that really matter and have the potential to disrupt your business. CONVINCE money lenders that your business will be sustainable in a world ofshrinking credits. DISCOVER issues that could lead to crises, possibly hampering your growth. PINPOINT threats that are lurking in any commercial contract, ready to bite you. EXAMINE what can you do if your insurance denies your next coverage. ANALYZE how can you best support the next critical decisions in a transparent,rational way. EVALUATE what you can do by yourself and what should be done by a riskconsultant; as well as REALIZE what you can ask from a risk consultant and whathe should deliver. GENERATE value and proactively defend your business by understandingyour business risk and crisis landscape.Workshop OverviewThis Course will bring much needed methodological and practical answers to anyoneinvolved in evaluating risks in projects (including pre-feasibility level), operations,decision-making in any industry, insurances and money lenders, rational risk & crisis©Oboni Riskope AssociatesInc. www.riskope.comPage 1 of 7 Vancouver 2013-06-21
  2. 2. Modern Implementations of Risk and Crisis ManagementA Course for industries, money lenders and insurersfoboni@riskope.com +41-79-621 8795coboni@riskope.com +1-604-341 4485management that will brings value to your enterprise (operations/ projects) byoptimizing risk exposures, giving you a leading competitive edge.Attendees will gain an understanding of dos and donts in Risk Management and CrisisManagement, how risk can be integrated in the decision making process. Numerousexamples (world and local events) drawn from Dr. Oboni day to day practice, respecting,of course, the bounds of client’s confidentiality, will create a solid link between thetheoretical aspects and day to day real life events.The Course uses plain language (whenever necessary technical glossary isdefined), and no mathematical knowledge is needed to understand thedeveloped concepts.You should attend if you: Want to do your best to ensure your business survival by proactively managingrisks and crises. Want to ensure healthy coverage (as an insurance, as an insured) and moneylending (as a debtor, as a lender). Want to be able to understand how the situation around and inside your companyevolve and want to make sure you take advantage of the opportunities that arise. Care about your workers, people, society and understand that it isimportant to leave a legacy that is better than the one you received.Detailed ContentDay 1- 23rdSeptember 2013Session 1: Laying the foundations by examining the overview and glossary ofRisk & Crisis Management. Management Approaches and Uncertainties Some common mistakes and misunderstandings Hazards vs. risks examples Need for a unified glossarySession 2: Identifying the common misunderstanding and mistakes inQuantitative Risk Assessment. Distinguishing safety from risk Distinguishing Risk Assessment from Audits©Oboni Riskope AssociatesInc. www.riskope.comPage 2 of 7 Vancouver 2013-06-21
  3. 3. Modern Implementations of Risk and Crisis ManagementA Course for industries, money lenders and insurersfoboni@riskope.com +41-79-621 8795coboni@riskope.com +1-604-341 4485 Distinguishing Risk Assessment from HAZOP Examples of risks degenerating in crisesSession 3: Discovering what Risk Assessment is all about in addition to an in-depth look into the comparison and difference of Qualitative vs QuantitativeRisk Assessment. Assessing and Presenting Risks Historic Methods and Approaches examples Lets prepare a Hazard Identification for a simple facility, then a qualitative/quantitativerisk assessment.Session 4: Gain insights on the general codes and resources, as well as commonpractices in Qualitative and Quantitative Risk Assessments. ISO 31000 and 31010 Failure Tree Analysis and other tools (audience proposes examples) PIGs (Probability Impact Graphs, FMEA) Risk ranking/Risk prioritizationDay 2- 24thSeptember 2013Session 5: Characterizing hazards and their consequences, along with the risksin qualitative and quantitative manners. Qualitative probabilities/likelihoods Quantitative probabilities/likelihoods Qualitative consequences Quantitative consequencesSession 6: Evaluating real life case studies and exercises on Quantitative RiskAssessment. Risk Assessment of this course Urban Development Project Regional/Provincial Development Plan Large Oil and Gas or Mining OperationsSession 7: Illustrating Acceptance, Crises, Appetite and other parameters. Assessment of Crises Risk Tolerability and Acceptability (Acceptance) thresholds ALARA; ALARP; BACT and ORE priorization (ranking) “Risk appetite” Resiliency©Oboni Riskope AssociatesInc. www.riskope.comPage 3 of 7 Vancouver 2013-06-21
  4. 4. Modern Implementations of Risk and Crisis ManagementA Course for industries, money lenders and insurersfoboni@riskope.com +41-79-621 8795coboni@riskope.com +1-604-341 4485Session 8: Reviewing real life case studies for industries around the worldwhich include aspects of: Humanitarian demining project (for pipelines routing etc.) Counter terrorism planning (for critical infrastructure) Cyber defense (for scada systems, critical infrastructure) Holistic ApproachesDay 3- 25thSeptember 2013Session 9: Exploring the modern use of risk & crisis assessments from variousperspectives. Strategy vs Tactics vs. operational Manageable vs. unmanageable, examples of risk treatments Comparing and Evaluating Alternatives; cost-benefit analyses Comparative Decision Analysis (includes a discussion of the pitfalls of Net Present Value(NPV) and how to bypass them)Session 10: Recognizing the role of Rational Risk Assessment in specialemerging scenarios. Climate Change Force Majeure Clauses Insurance denial B2B solutionsSession 11: Analyzing real life examples and exercises on world case studies. BP Gulf disaster Fukushima Dust cloud from Volcano EpidemicSession 12: A final talk on why, when, what for and concluding remarks. In addition to Due Diligence? Why? In addition to all the studies? Why? When is soon, soon enough? When is late, too late? Discussions and ConclusionsWho should attendThe course is suitable for anyone who is involved in process hazards, riskquantification and preparation of Risk Assessment and ERM (Enterprise RiskManagement), investors, money lenders, insurers, professionals responsible for©Oboni Riskope AssociatesInc. www.riskope.comPage 4 of 7 Vancouver 2013-06-21
  5. 5. Modern Implementations of Risk and Crisis ManagementA Course for industries, money lenders and insurersfoboni@riskope.com +41-79-621 8795coboni@riskope.com +1-604-341 4485their firm’s insurance and risk management programs, including CEOs, CFOs, VPs offinance, controllers and treasurers. Legal, administrative or HR executives, new membersof insurance or risk management teams, corporate planners and attorneys.Free Takeaway for ParticipantsOn request one hour private coaching (strictly by rendez-vous; via Skype, blackout datesexist) free of charge to discuss their particular issues.Course facilitator:Franco Oboni President Oboni Riskope Associates Inc.Civ.Eng. EPFL/SIA (Geotech).Ph.Dr. in probabilities applied to engineering.Assessor for the Australian Research Council (ARC).34 years overall experience, with twenty years exclusively devoted toRisk & Crisis Management for industries and projects world-wide.Recipient of the Italian-Canadian Chamber of Commerce 2010Innovation AwardCo-Author of “Improving Sustainability through Reasonable Risk andCrisis Management: A guide to Making Better Decisions”Clients include:GE (US,Australia)Mitsubishi(Japan)World Bank(Algeria)Codelco (Chile)Ferrero Chocolate (Italy)Olympics 2006 Turin (Italy)Canadian Pacific (Canada)Mackenzie River Board(Canada)Cartier (Japan, Switzerland)BC Hydro, BC gas (Canada)Canadian National (US)Petrol Development (Oman)Holcim, Leclanché (Switzerland)United Nations (Laos, Cambodia)Swiss Army, Federal Railways (Switzerland)Int. Centre for Humanitarian Demining(GICHD)Teck, Homestake, Placer Dome (Miningworld-wide)Franco heads Riskope, an international practice on Risk and Crisis Management based inVancouver, B.C., Canada, and Lausanne, Switzerland. He is a consultant, coach, author ofover fifty papers and co-authoring of books. Franco regularly gives seminars andworkshops worldwide.Franco has managed a broad range of risk and crisis mitigation projects, risk and securityaudits and geo-environ-mental hazard mitigation studies, including cyber risks, critical©Oboni Riskope AssociatesInc. www.riskope.comPage 5 of 7 Vancouver 2013-06-21
  6. 6. Modern Implementations of Risk and Crisis ManagementA Course for industries, money lenders and insurersfoboni@riskope.com +41-79-621 8795coboni@riskope.com +1-604-341 4485infrastructure and even aerospace. Consulting and teaching have brought Franco to workin four continents. Projects have included definition of needs, training for corporateclients, negotiations with community leaders, as well as the preparation of monitoringprograms, Risk Assessments and Optimum Risk Estimates (ORE, the flagship product ofRiskope).Francos experience allow his courses to convey a wide array of concrete examples, todeliver on-site emergency consultation, develop forensic and expert witness reports andtroubleshooting.Testimonials from Franco’s current and past clients“In the process of evaluating acquisitions, a risk assessment was deemed necessary anddesirable. Senior management wanted a broad, exhaustive and rigorous analysis ofbusiness risks. Risk assessment tools in use for ERM evaluation (such as FMEA) areexperience and consensus driven and considered inadequate. After significant researchonly Riskope presented the academic knowledge, professional certification, specificexperience, and quantitative risk assessment tools to assist us in this task. ORE asperformed by Franco, Cesar and the Riskope staff more than met our needs, performedto international standards, brought expert global knowledge of the target business sector(an added bonus), responded to our needs in reporting, and generated searchable, indepth results open to drill down to understand the underlying factors and drivers”“This was one of the most interesting and stimulating seminars that I have everattended, truly an impressive presentation by a most engaging presenter. I am honoredto have made your acquaintance and if ever I am stuck on any part of the riskmanagement process I will know who to call. Thanks for a very enjoyable three days”“Franco is a world expert in Risk. I have hired Franco to work on risk identification, riskmitigationand to run courses for staff on risk management. His understanding of risk and his abilityto put it into terms for the lay-manager is excellent”“Franco is the best seminar leaders I know. His presentation style is clear, focused andmind friendly. In short, Franco is world class!”©Oboni Riskope AssociatesInc. www.riskope.comPage 6 of 7 Vancouver 2013-06-21
  7. 7. Modern Implementations of Risk and Crisis ManagementA Course for industries, money lenders and insurersfoboni@riskope.com +41-79-621 8795coboni@riskope.com +1-604-341 4485REGISTRATIONCourse fee: CAD 750.00 per seat* (Early Bird: 10% discount before 22ndJuly).*A 10% discount is offered for groups of 3 or more.Please reserve ........seat(s) for the above course by filling the lines below andsending the completed file via email to coboni@riskope.com.Attendee(s): ......Company: .......Address: .......Position: .....Email: ......City, postal code: .....Telephone: ......PaymentAs soon as the completed for will be received via email a Paypal invoice will be sent.To secure a/your seat(s), payment must be received by 12 August. You will notbe confirmed in the course until payment is received.CancellationsA 20% administration fee will be levied for cancellations made up until 30thJuly.Cancellations thereafter will be liable to the loss of the full fee. Notice of cancellationmust be given in writing by letter via email and action will be taken to recover, from thedelegates or their employers, that proportion of the fee owing at the time of cancellation.Riskope reserves the right to cancel an advertised course at short notice. It willendeavour to provide participants with as much notice as possible, but will not acceptliability for costs incurred by participants or their organizations for the cancellation oftravel arrangements and/or accommodation reservations as a result of the course beingcancelled or postponed.If a course is cancelled, fees will be refunded in full. Riskope also reserves the right topostpone or make such alterations to the content of a course as may be necessary.Please complete and send form to: Riskope, Email: coboni(at)riskope(dot)com©Oboni Riskope AssociatesInc. www.riskope.comPage 7 of 7 Vancouver 2013-06-21

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