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Business Continuity Planning - Loss prevention really is better than a cure

11th November 2019 10:00 – 13:00

CNA Hardy offices

This workshop will be relevant for anybody who is involved in Business Continuity Planning, whether this is a new topic or you are an experienced practitioner, we aim to share learnings from our Risk and Confidence survey, a number of practical examples and consider how technology is changing the business landscape, including how to prepare your organisation for unplanned disruption today and in the future.

The learning objectives for the course are below:

  • Why is Business Interruption Important?
  • What are the factors to consider at the time of any unplanned Business Interruption?
  • Demonstrate the difference a Business Continuity Plan can actually make to an outage
  • Typical periods of new builds and reinstatement
  • Detail a number of factors which can impact on the reinstatement of projects
  • Share learnings from a number of examples
  • Personal safety and Process safety 
  • Connected Risk 
  • Rate of technology change
  • Future Challenges for Connected Risks
  • Five takeaways from today


  • Stuart Kenyon BEng (Hons), CEng, CSci, FIChemE
  • Professional Process Safety Engineer
  • Head of Risk Control
30 places available
Add to Calendar 2019-11-11 10:00:00 2019-11-11 13:00:00 Europe/London Airmic academy: Business Continuity Planning - Loss prevention really is better than a cure This Academy workshop is aimed at sharing our learning on Business Continuity Planning. Furthermore, we will share learnings from our latest research contained within our Risk and Confidence survey. Our workshop will include content such as AI, global interconnectivity, future challenges for inter-connected risks and much more…
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CNA Hardy, 13th floor, 20 Fenchurch Street, London, EC3M 3BY, England, United Kingdom
CNA Hardy, 13th floor, 20 Fenchurch Street
London, EC3M 3BY
United Kingdom