Free Webinars to help manage and recover from the Coronavirus crisis

Cabinet Office Webinars with the EPC, Continuity Forum and other experts on coping with COVID-19 Webinars

A number of webinars are to be provided by some of the leading experts in Risk, Resilience and Continuity as the result of the efforts of the BSI and the Cabinet Office Civil Contingencies Secretariat, to deliver training to the complimentary standards by webinar.  

The webinar series schedule is below:

Tuesday, 31 March 09.00 – 10.30, “COVID-19 and Organizational Resilience”

Robert MacFarlane, Deputy Director, Head, Resilience Training, Doctrine & Standards, Cabinet Office and Kevin Brear, Director of Consulting – Technology Risk Management, Xcina Consulting Limited

Implementing PD CEN/TS 17091 Crisis management and PD ISO 22330 Guidelines for people aspects of business continuity

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Thursday, 2 April 09.00 – 10.30, “COVID-19: Community Resilience and Volunteers”

Duncan Shaw, Professor in Operational Research and Critical Systems, University of Manchester and David Powell, Visiting Academic at the University of Manchester

Implementing BS ISO 22319 Guidelines for planning the involvement of spontaneous volunteers

BS 22395 Guidelines for supporting vulnerable people in an emergency

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Tuesday, 7 April 09.00 – 10.30, “COVID-19 and Risk Management”

Russell Price Chairman, Continuity Forum; Julia Graham, Technical Director, AIRMIC

Implementing BS ISO 31000 Risk management and BS 31100 Code of Practice for risk management

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Thursday, 9 April 11.00 – 12.30, “COVID-19 and Continuity”

Rick Cudworth, Partner, Risk Advisory, Deloitte LLP; Malcolm Cornish ISO 22313 Project Leader

Implementation of BS ISO 22313 Business Continuity Management Systems – Guidance to ISO 22301and PD ISO TS 22318 Business Continuity Management Systems for the Supply Chain

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