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    • For programme details, speakers, and to book visit: http://shop.bsigroup.com/RiskConference 3rd Annual conference and workshop Risk Management 2010 30 November – 1 December 2010 Incorporating successful risk management Grange City Hotel, London strategy into business culture Implementing risk management standards will help you build Sponsored by: a solid strategy for success, but how do you integrate this strategy into your business culture? If you are looking for guidance on using the latest standards in risk management, undertaking a new risk management strategy or need Supporting organizations: to get board buy in to your existing strategy, attend the 3rd Annual BSI Risk Management conference to find out more about your next steps and how standards can help you succeed. Whether you are relatively new to your career in risk management or if you are an experienced risk manager/director, the 2010 BSI Risk Management conference has something for you: • Understand the differences between BS 31100 Code of practice for risk management and ISO 31000:2009 Risk management – Principles and guidelines and how both can be used for greatest effect • Find out how you can get board buy-in to your risk management strategy • Get practical guidance on how you can incorporate risk management into your business culture • Learn from case studies from organizations already embracing risk management strategy as a positive tool. raising standards worldwide ™
    • Risk Management 2010 Integrate an effective risk management strategy into your business Conference Programme – Morning session 30 November 2010 Operational focus (for delegates with less than 5 years’ experience) Please note: Q&A and discussion sessions Morning presentations Group discussion workshop will take place throughout the morning. Adding value to BS 31100 – the Interactive workshop exercise Chairman’s Introduction publication and use of ISO 31000 (Operational focus) Michael Faber Jeremy Harrison An interactive, engaging and fun risk exercise Vice Chairman, Institute of Operational Risk Head of Risk and Value Management, Network Rail session where delegates participate in teams Chairman, BS 31100 Committee representing a fictitious organization pitting their Keynote: collective risk knowledge and skills against an How standards can help all unfolding incident. Risk management in the 21st organizations implement effective Century • Teams will represent core functions of the governance arrangements organization in a risk committee setting • Recent trends and developments • Social responsibility (ISO FDIS 26000) • The incident will then proceed to unfold in • What are leading companies doing and what benefits are they experiencing? • Risk management (ISO 31000, BS 31100 phases and IEC/ISO 31010) • Each team will then discuss the information to • The role of risk management standards and codes of practice • Business continuity management (BS 25999) hand and make decisions on next steps • What does the future hold? • High level structure proposed by ISO • At the end of each phase, teams will be David Smith asked to discuss their risk thought process Douglas Ure Director, iMS Risk Solutions and the decisions they made in response to Managing Consultant, Marsh Chairman, BSI OHSAS Committee the unfolding situation. Chair of the Management System’s Expert Group A background brief, plus supporting documents, will be provided. Chris Needham-Bennett, Conference timings: Morning session Managing Director, Needhams 1834 Registration: 09:00 Conference begins: 09:30 Conference closes: 12:30 Giles Alexander, Please note that lunch will run from 12:30 – 14:00 and will be open to all delegates Needhams 1834 Consultant and BS 25999 Lead Auditor, Needhams 1834 Please note, timings are provided for guidance only and may be subject to change. Conference Programme – Afternoon session 30 November 2010 Strategic focus (for delegates with more than 5 years’ experience) Please note: Q&A and discussion sessions Afternoon presentations Group discussion workshop will take place throughout the afternoon. Principles and practices: How ISO 31000 Interactive workshop exercise Chairman’s Introduction and BS 31100 work together (Strategic focus) Michael Faber • What ISO 31000 really says and what it adds An interactive, engaging and fun risk exercise Vice Chairman, Institute of Operational Risk session where delegates participate in teams • The common core of the two documents • Practical underlying concepts illustrated by representing a fictitious organization pitting their Keynote: examples collective risk knowledge and skills against an Culturally embedding risk unfolding incident. • Implementation tips management strategy at board level Matthew Leitch • Teams will represent core functions of the in Balli Group Independent consultant and author organization in a risk committee setting • The risk management strategy: 80% • The incident will then proceed to unfold in preventative work and 20% reactive Case Study: BT plc phases • Know Your Customer Balancing risk and opportunity at BT • Each team will then discuss the information to • Training the workforce • About BT hand and make decisions on next steps • Getting senior management onboard • Setting up the ERM framework • At the end of each phase, teams will be • The journey asked to discuss their risk thought process • Ministudy: the importance of preventative and the decisions they made in response to work • Engaging our stakeholders the unfolding situation Britt Gustawsson • Benefits realization A background brief, plus supporting documents, Head of Risk Management and Legal, Bill Aujla Balli Group plc will be provided. Group Risk Management, BT plc Chris Needham-Bennett Managing Director, Needhams 1834 Conference timings: Afternoon session Giles Alexander Registration: 14:00 Conference begins: 14:30 Conference closes: 17:00 Needhams 1834 Consultant and BS 25999 Please note, timings are provided for guidance only and may be subject to change. Lead Auditor, Needhams 1834 +44 (0)20 8996 9001 +44 (0)20 8996 7001 orders@bsigroup.com http://shop.bsigroup.com/RiskConference
    • BSI Conference Series Workshop Programme 1 December 2010 BSI’s conference workshops provide detailed learning, guidance and practical advice through small groups and one-to-one interaction with highly skilled and knowledgeable tutors. The workshops can Conference outline provide a greater depth of understanding and enable you to get to grips with challenging and Risk management is a process that we technical subjects. undertake every day in professional and private life, usually without realizing it. In A practical guide to embedding risk management into business culture the workplace, however, it often falls to one This workshop will give you the opportunity to put your ideas into practice and help you develop your person or team to manage risk across the risk management strategy. whole company; this is where the use of standards such as BS 31100 and ISO 31000 • Understanding culture can help you build a strategic framework. - Understanding the people (stakeholders) and their interests - Appreciating that stakeholders can be both similar but also different The 2010 Risk Management event from BSI - How learning styles and communication methods can help or hinder will provide you with guidance on how to fully • Enabling the Board and the business integrate your risk management strategy into - Creating policies and strategies (what are they and why do we need them?) the business. Find out how to embed risk into - How to communicate the policy/strategy your business culture by turning the process into a positive one rather than ‘someone else’s • Embedding risk management business’. Learn how to speak the language - How do we implement risk management? (We know what we need; now how do we do it?) your board will understand and help turn risk - The programme/project approach (example of risk implementation programme with 3 projects) into a top priority. - Achieving the outcome - creation of a risk-aware culture - The need for continual improvement (maturity) This years’ event will feature a morning session and an afternoon session, specifically tailored A comprehensive case study will be used to help set context for the event. to your role to ensure you make the most of The day will be divided into a number of sessions with group discussions and practical exercises in your time with us. A workshop on the group/workshop format. following day will give you the opportunity to put your ideas into practice and help you Rubina Faber develop your risk management strategy. Director, Regal Training Case studies from organizations like yours Please note: A short questionnaire will be sent to all delegates who book a place on the workshop as will provide useful information on how risk part of the joining instructions. To ensure the tutor has the opportunity to tailor the content so that you management works in their business. An get the most out of the course, please complete and return it promptly to the address specified. interactive afternoon of group work will allow you to discuss your own strategy and learn from other delegates. Workshop timings Network with our subject matter experts and Registration: 09:30 Workshop begins: 10:00 Workshop closes: 16:30 your peers and ensure you leave the conference Please note, timings are provided for guidance only and may be subject to change. with solid ideas and suggestions on how your risk management strategy can flourish. About BSI Conferences Key speakers BSI conferences bring together key players to learn about latest trends, regulations and topical issues Michael Faber with opportunities for delegates to take part in open discussions and debates led by panels of expert Vice Chairman, Institute of Operational Risk speakers. In addition, these conferences may have workshops running alongside to provide guidance and practical advice. David Smith Director, iMS Risk Solutions With relevant and up-to-date information, presented in an accessible and appropriate manner, you will leave one of our events better equipped to face your professional challenges and responsibilities. Douglas Ure Managing Consultant, Marsh www.bsigroup.com/conferences Matthew Leitch Independent consultant and author Sponsorship and partner opportunities Jeremy Harrison Through BSI conferences and events your company will be able to reach your target market and Head of Risk and Value Management, Network Rail showcase your new products and solutions. If you are interested in promoting your company, its Chairman, BS 31100 Committee products or services at the conference, please call 020 8996 7371 or email conferences@bsigroup.com If you would like to work with BSI on a contra basis as either a supporting organization or a media partner for the conference, please call 020 8996 7497 or email simon.anderson@bsigroup.com +44 (0)20 8996 9001 +44 (0)20 8996 7001 orders@bsigroup.com http://shop.bsigroup.com/RiskConference
    • Risk Management 2010 FIVE EASY WAYS Integrate an effective risk management strategy into your business TO BOOK 30 November – 1 December 2010 – Grange City Hotel, London DELEGATE DETAILS Online: http://shop.bsigroup.com/RiskConference 1 Mr/Ms/Miss/Mrs/Dr/Other First Name(s) Surname Email: Job Title Organization orders@bsigroup.com Address Postcode Country Telephone: Tel Fax +44 (0)20 8996 9001 Email Fax: 2 Mr/Ms/Miss/Mrs/Dr/Other First Name(s) +44 (0)20 8996 7001 Surname Job Title Organization Mail: Address Send your completed form to: Customer Services Postcode Country BSI Tel Fax 389 Chiswick High Road London Email W4 4AL BSI Membership No. (if applicable) Please retain a copy for your records. PRICING Standard pricing Morning only Afternoon only Morning & afternoon Conference Information Booked after 16 July package Full joining instructions will be sent Please  your selection(s) 30 November2010 30 November 2010 30 November 2010 upon receipt and confirmation of your Delegate rate booking. If you have not received your Non member £250.00 + VAT £250.00 + VAT £450.00 + VAT confirmed instructions within 3 days, please call Customer Services on Delegate rate +44 (0)20 8996 9001 to confirm your Member¹ £225.00 + VAT £225.00 + VAT £405.00 + VAT booking has been placed. Standard pricing Morning & Workshop Afternoon & Workshop Full day & afternoon Booked after 16 July package package package Terms and Conditions: Please  your selection(s) 30 November - 30 November - 30 November - All cancellations and name change requests must be 1 December 1 December 1 December made in writing to the Head of Delegate Administration either by email, fax or letter and will be Delegate rate acknowledged in writing. Non member £550.00 + VAT £550.00 + VAT £700.00 + VAT Contact details are: Head of Delegate Administration Customer Services Delegate rate BSI BSI Group Headquarters Member¹ £495.00 + VAT £495.00 + VAT £630.00 + VAT 389 Chiswick High Road London W4 4AL Discounts: Fax: 020 8996 7001 All prices are subject to VAT at the applicable UK rate. Email: cservices@bsigroup.com ¹ Member discount applies to members on provision of appropriate membership number or booking code on conference A full refund will be given if you cancel earlier than one and/or workshop bookings calendar month before the event. If you cancel after If you have 5 or more delegates, please contact +44 (0)20 8996 7744 for group package rates. that date or do not attend, no refund will be given. There is no charge to request a delegate name change. If you are travelling from overseas we recommend you Total Payable: £ confirm your visa (if applicable) before booking your place. All bookings for events are subject to VAT (or local PAYMENT DETAILS equivalent if the event is not held in the UK) and payment terms of 30 days. If you are a non UK Cheque: Please make payable to BSI company you may be entitled to claim back the VAT through HMRC. (see www.hmrc.gov.uk for more Credit Card: Please complete as follows information). BSI reserves the right at any time and without prior Credit Card details: VISA MASTERCARD AMERICAN EXPRESS notice to change the venue and/or speakers and/or programme and/or price from that described. BSI accepts no responsibility for the views expressed by the speakers or any other persons present at the event. Credit Card No. BSI reserves the right to cancel the event, in which case a full refund will be given. BSI does not accept liability for any travel, accommodation or any other costs. Expiry Date Cardholder Name Delegate contact details will not be passed to any third party; however the conference handbook will include a Please debit my/our Credit Card to the sum of £ list of delegate and company names correct at the time of print. The handbook is protected by copyright. Attendees are not permitted to record any part of the Signature Date event. All conferences will be delivered in English unless otherwise stated. Your contact details will be used to complete your request. We will send you relevant information about our products and services that may be of interest to you by post or via email. If you do not wish to be kept up-to-date please tick this box. We will never supply your information to third parties for marketing purposes. BSI handles all personal information in compliance with the Data Protection Act 1998 and the EU Communications Directive 2002. Sign up now to receive FREE regular email updates from BSI on conferences and training. Register at www.bsigroup.com/newsletters 8/10 Book online at http://shop.bsigroup.com/RiskConference