The New ISO 22301 BCMS Standard
Meet The Experts - 29 Jun 2012
Managers increasingly realise that “...anytime you are not in a crisis, you are instead in a pre-crisis mode”. The “Too Big To Fail” concept no longer holds. Today, complexity seems to be at an all-time high, it’s still rising. Each day, business processes are becoming more global, interconnected and collaborative. But the complexity that comes from involving more people, more organizations and more information also brings fresh perspectives, deeper insight, and more innovation. The world has become increasingly unpredictable, volatile and complex.
Complexity Management goes beyond conventional Risk Management and establishes an innovative approach to managing business resilience. Hence, complexity management should become part of a modern corporation's strategy. Easier said than done, the real challenge for the organisation lies in the capability of the management to operate in any situation.
The long awaited ISO standard for business continuity had finally arrived. Hear the latest news and information about ISO 22301:2012, a comparison with BS 25999-2/ SS540 and the transition process if you are already certified or considering organizational certification. BCM Institute together with its partners around the region is taking this opportunity to invite organisations to come to a half day seminar for BCM Institute's certified members to learn about how the standard may impact on their existing British, Singapore or related BCM Standard certification and what they will need to consider in order to prepare themselves for the new ISO standard and to transition from one standard to the other. Whether your organization is already BCM certified, are working towards it or are considering certification to ISO 22301, you cannot afford to miss this seminar. The first 25 registered participants will receive a handbook for presentation (BCM-130) and also a e-book for Manager's Guide to ISO 22301 Standard for BC Management System (Lite Version).
This complimentary event for current certified members of BCM Institute or at S$150 for non-members aims to provide participants that are new to BCM or a practitioner seeking a knowledge update with the essential knowledge to implement their Business Continuity Management using the ISO22301 standard for BCMS.
Dr Goh Moh Heng, President of the BCM Institute, will be providing a detailed 2 hour management briefing on the key elements of the BCM standards, its implications if your organization is certified, the roadmap if your organization is embarking on this journey to international BCM certification. Having assisted with more than 15 organizations in its successful implementation to achieve their BS25999/SS540 certification, Dr Goh will share the insights in implementing and managing your BC programme using the ISO22301 standard.
Who Should Attend* Business Continuity Manager/Planner, members of Crisis
* CIO, Head of IT, IT and MIS Manager
* COO and Head of Operations
* Disaster Recovery Planners
* Engineer and Technician, Customer Relations
* Executive Management overseeing business continuity and crisis
* General Manager, Managing Director of Organizations
* Government Representatives
* Head of Business Continuity Management/ Operational Risk
* Head of Sales & Marketing, Purchasing, Retail
* IT, Financial and Certification Auditors
* Logistics & Supply Chain Manager
* Operations Director, Regulators, Project Manager
* Risk Management professionals, Risk & Compliance Manager
* Security Manager, Facility and Administrative Manager
* System Manager, Technical Specialist.
1. First-come-first-serve basis.
Note: The response to our MTE sessions are usually overwhelming; thus, we are sending early invitations for this session. Reservation for seats will be restricted to two participants per organisation; subsequent registrations will be place on the waiting list.
"Too many CEO's play ostrich about the possibility of a recall," said Jonathan Bernstein, president of national consultancy Bernstein Crisis Management and editor of "Crisis Manager," an international email newsletter. "They wait until the recall is required and then try to figure out what to do, resulting in additional risk for consumers and the company's reputation."