DAY 1 - Wednesday, 28 August 2013 Pre-Conference Workshop
WORKSHOP A – 8:30am-5:30pm How Your Profession contributes to Organizational Resilience
About the Workshop: The Master Class is a day-long tabletop exercise interspersed with explanations, case studies and presentations. During the class, you will be a member of a planning team responding to an emergency that will unfold in five (5) stages – situational awareness, risk assessment, impact analysis, stakeholder perception and issues analysis. You will have to think quickly; no segment of the course will last longer than thirty (30) minutes. Before and after each stage, instructions, case studies and answers to questions will be provided. • Understand the convergence of BCM, CM, EM& RM professions to achieve ‘resiliency’ • Identify four techniques of risk managers: Tolerate, Terminate, Transfer, Treat • Develop a framework of the ‘needs’ and ‘gaps’; The needs assessment checklist • Recognize threats, vulnerability and risk reduction for prioritizing projects agency wide and at particular facilities This workshop is designed to prepare risk managers, contingency planners and disaster management executives for response to any disaster and threats and leveraging your organizations disaster and risk programs.
WORKSHOP B – 8:30am-5:30pm BCM AUDITING - Guidelines and Good Practices
About the Workshop: Attend this full day workshop and learn how to align your BCM program to the requirements of ISO 22301. Gain an understanding of the key practices of a business continuity program for organizations of all sizes and the essential elements of the following standards: •ISO 22301 •ISO 22313 •ISO 19011 •ISO 17022 The workshop reviews the following topics: Part 1: Requirements for a Business Continuity Management System Part 2: Developing Strategies to Mitigate Risk & Continue Operations Part 3: BCM Program Implementation Part 4: Developing a BCM Culture Part 5: Program Maintenance & Improvement Part 6: The Role of the Auditor and Understanding the Audit Process
DAY 2- Thursday, 29 August 2013
Amidst heavy flooding in the Philippines, only one city remains flood-free. The Bonifacio Global City (BGC) has developed an anti-flooding technology to mitigate heavy rains and floods in the country. The aim of this session is to discuss disaster risk mitigation strategies through disaster-resilient critical infrastructure as well as encourage developers to replicate the same technology in other cities that are flood-prone.
Speaker: MYRA OCAMPO, Deputy Head of Operations, Fort Bonifacio Development Corporation, FBDC (PHILIPPINES)