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  1. 1. Supply Chain ServicesPrepared by: Date:Andrew Styles 30th October 2010Managing Director
  2. 2. Contents 1. Andrew Styles 2. Business Risk & Management Pte Ltd 3. Risk Management 4. Security 5. Investigations 6. Crisis Management 7. Business continuity 8. Contact detailsCopyright © 2010 Business Risk & Management Pte Ltd 2
  3. 3. Andrew StylesBusiness Risk & Management Pte LtdManaging DirectorExperience Hewlett Packard Asia/Pacific/Japan Supply Chain Security/Business Continuity/Claims Manager (7.5 yrs) Genzyme Asia/Pacific/Japan/Southern Africa Security/Business Continuity Director Managing Director/BC Lead Consultant - Sea Point Ltd (30+ companies) Managing Director - Business Risk & Management Pte LtdEducation Bachelor of Education Graduate Certificate in Enterprise Management Graduate Diploma in Rehabilitation Masters of Business Administration (MBA)Background Grew up in Australia Has resided in Singapore for the past 6 years Currently residing in Bangkok – just completed a large project for Siam Cement Group (SCG) partnering with Accenture 3
  4. 4. Business Risk & Management Pte LtdAt Business Risk & Management Pte Ltd (BRM), we recognise that many of theuncertainties of doing business in Asia can, in fact, be identified and mitigatedagainst or contingencies developed, helping your company to improveoperations and profitability.BRM personnel are highly experienced operating in South East Asia andunderstand the respective Asian business idiosyncrasies and cultural norms.For more details, go to ( BRM ServicesExperience overview Risk ManagementBRM is a small company made up of highly experienced personnel who have worked at the  New venture opportunity analysishighest levels of supply chain management. Having worked extensively in the industry,  Enterprise Risk Managementcompany personnel understand the cost pressures facing manufacturers and logistics  Supply chain risk managementcompanies. Security ManagementBeing small, the company does not have the large overheads that the large supply chain  Vulnerability/threat assessmentsconsultancies have therefore providing the same (or better) services at a much cheaperrate.  Strategic Planning  Supply chain securityThe company prides itself on providing cost effective, realistic and grounded solutions.  Executive/VIP protection  Event securityCompanies previously serviced  Security Training Siam Cement Group (SCG) Investigations Shell  Business conduct Hewlett Packard (HP)  Fraud 4  Supply chain
  5. 5. Supply Chain Risk AssessmentsSupply chain initiatives including globalisation and outsourcing have helpedreduce company supply chain direct costs but have resulted in greater supplychain complexity, exposure to greater risks and increases in losses. As well,compliance with government supply chain programs such as the USAs C-TPAThave made having robust supply chains fundamental to continuing to export tocertain markets.BRM are experts in supply chain risk management. We work with you tounderstand your goals, business objectives, and industry challenges. Our riskassessment will allow you to identify key vulnerabilities in your supply chain andrecommended changes. It will also allow you to consider risk alternatives such as: What is the risk of potentially moving manufacturing facilities overseas? What is the risk of not being able to fulfil a spike in consumer demand for our products? What is the risk of not having real-time inventory information from vendors or customers?Our supply chain risk management process includes: Assessment: identify key vulnerabilities in your supply chain Analysis: identifies, quantifies, and prioritizes critical supply chain risks and potential alternatives. Roadmap: We can assist further to develop detailed plans needed to implement the changes required to achieve your organization’s future state risk profile. Confidential 5
  6. 6. Supply Chain Security Supply Chain Security Assessments Are your company profits being impacted by losses from your supply chain? BRM offer highly effective supply chain security assessments based on tools that have been extensively refined based on international standards and best practices. Following the review, BRM will provide you with a detailed report outlining security risks across the supply chain and detailing problem areas. The report will provide a range of cost effective and sensible recommendations to eliminate/reduce the threat. Transported Asset Protection Association (TAPA) The TAPA standard is an excellent security standard for warehouses, transport and other supply chain operations. to implement BRM consultants are highly experienced in TAPA certification, having assisted companies to bring hundreds of sites up to the TAPA compliance standard all over the Asia Pacific. Please note: Companies that want certification must be audited by a TAPA-Asia appointed company – there is an additional cost for this Voluntary Government Supply Chain Security Programs (AEOs) There are a number of excellent government supply chain security programs. These programs, called authorised economic operators (AEOs), assist companies with improving their supply chain security as well as increasing supply chain efficiency. BRM can assist your company to become certified through any of these AEO programs. Programs include: EU AEO, Japan AEO, Singapore Security Trade Partnership, Malaysia AEO/Customs Golden Client, Korea AEO, Australia, New Zealand. Confidential 6
  7. 7. Supply Chain Security BRM Hijacking Prevention program The number of truck hijackings continue to increase throughout Asia. This special program reviews your companys current security initiatives against current international standards and best practices. The program was originally developed many years ago and was based on Andrew’s investigations into many hijackings across Asia while working for the world’s largest high tech company. Following implementation, over a 4 year period, not a single vehicle was hijacked. If you’re serious about protecting your goods against hijacking, take advantage of this special program. C-TPAT Are you exporting to the USA? C-TPAT is a voluntary government-business initiative to build cooperative relationships that strengthen and improve overall international supply chain and U.S. border security. US Customs require compliance with their supply chain security importation program. BRM can assist you to become compliant. Were experienced in assisting companies, having helped many companies to become compliant and certified. ISO28000 ISO 28000 is the new international standard in supply chain security. Over the past year, the number of companies achieving ISO28000 has increased greatly. Companies implementing the program report significant reductions in costs relating to security and operations. If you want to stay ahead of your competitors and reduce your logistics costs, implement ISO28000. Confidential 7
  8. 8. InvestigationsBRM Investigations...uncover the truth...BRM has extensive experience in investigations across Asia.Investigators are highly experienced. BRM and its investigators have a broad network of local security, law enforcement, military andgovernment contacts across Asia who can be utilized as required, resulting in the successful resolution of hundreds of cases.Investigation types include... Supply chain business conduct fraud corporate investigations privateAll investigations are handled in a professional and highly confidential manner.During the investigation, we’ll provide you with daily update reports.At the conclusion, we will provide a detailed report which includes sustained preventative measures. We also offer follow-up support andadvice.If you want to know the truth, contact us today… Confidential 8
  9. 9. Crisis Management ProgramWhat is crisis management? BRM Crisis Management ProgramThe process by which an organisation deals with a major BRM have developed a crisis management (CM) program forunpredictable event that threatens to harm the organization, your companyits stakeholders, or the public.It’s generally a part of business continuity but can be Main Deliverableestablished as a stand-alone plan Company Crisis Management Plan A typical program covers the following…Why have a crisis management program? Details Things happen - often outside the control of the company. Over the past several years, high-profile public relations Crisis management GAP analysis disasters have thrown an intense spotlight on the issue of crisis Management briefing management. (most recently, BP) CM governance As companies have witnessed the damage that poor crisis  CM Policy management can wreak on business fortunes, a growing  CM Staff structure percentage of firms have intensified their efforts to put  CM control and escalation matrix effective crisis management strategies in place.  CM metrics  Employee contact program CM scenario planning Communications & media plan CM team training (including scenario exercise) Management briefing Crisis Management Plan completed  The program components can to adjusted to suit the budget /size / requirements of any company 9
  10. 10. Business Continuity ProgramWhat is business continuity? BRM Business Continuity ProgramThe ability of the key operations of a firm to continue without BRM have developed a business continuity (BC) program forstoppage, irrespective of the adverse circumstances or events. your companyWhy have a business continuity program? Main Deliverable Company Business Continuity Plan Having a BCP reduces company down-time due to disruption A typical program covers the following… Not having a BCP reduces the likelihood of the business Details surviving. Consider the following…  80% of businesses affected by a major incident either never re-open or Business continuity GAP analysis close within 18 months (Source, AXA) Management briefing  Companies that arent able to resume operations within ten days (of a disaster hit) are not likely to survive. (Strategic Research Institute) Business continuity governance  Research by IBM (Varcoe,1993) showed that 80 per cent of  BC Policy organisations without relevant contingency plans who suffered a  BC Staff structure computer disaster went bankrupt  BC control and escalation matrix  Two years after Hurricane Andrew struck in 1992, 80 percent of the  BC metrics affected companies that lacked a business continuity plan failed (FEMA) Business continuity value chain assessments (Risk & BIA) Risk mitigation and contingency planning Staff trainings (including scenario exercise) Management briefing Business continuity plan completed  The program components can to adjusted to suit the budget /size / requirements of any company 10
  11. 11. Contact detailsWant to know more about theBRM supply chain managementservices or want to implement aBRM program?Contact… Andrew Styles +66(0)818935329 Or visit 11