BUSINESS RISK MANAGEMENT AND RESILIENCE
PRESENTER: DR REBECCA HOILE (RISKLOGIC)
THURSDAY 22 OCTOBER | 9:30AM-12:00PM | ADELAIDE SKYDECK
LEARN FROM ONE OF SA'S TOP CRISIS AND RISK MANAGEMENT LEADERS
Former World Health Organisation (WHO) and INTERPOL emergency management specialist Dr Rebecca Hoile is one of South Australia’s foremost experts on crisis and risk management.
Now consulting with Showcase SA member RiskLogic and with a PhD in forensic science, degree in medical microbiology and qualifications in policy development and business continuity, Dr Hoile specialises in working with SMEs to develop frameworks to safeguard from emerging threats.
In this Showcase SA Masterclass, Dr Hoile will work with you to develop a framework for business resilience with a focus on COVID-19 management with takeaways including:
- Understanding the current threat environment and forecasting future risks to your business.
- Defining a structure and resources to support critical incident management.
- Protecting your business from the impacts of COVID-19 case or cluster as we ride the pandemic wave for the next 6-12 months.
- Strengthening your business continuity planning as you innovate and adapt to business changes.
Dr Rebecca Hoile
Key note speaker
Dr Rebecca Hoile has more than 20 years’ experience in emergency and crisis management, including with INTERPOL, the World Health Organisation, World Health Emergencies Programme and working directly with West Africa’s Ebola and Middle Eastern chemical weapons crises.
Steve Testar is the chief executive officer and co-founder of Showcase SA. Having spent two decades leading the largest property developments in the state he now works connecting over 150 member organisations from across South Australia through Showcase SA’s programs.
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