Driving Business Continuity in Food Manufacturing
Date: 27 Jun 2023 - 28 Jun 2023
Time: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
9 Jurong Town Hall Road, #04-13 TA Hub, Singapore 609431
This programme will provide an overview of the business continuity management system (BCMS), the purpose and importance of BCMS to the food industry, and guidance on developing and implementing it within your business. What’s more! You will get the template for Business Impact Analysis that can be use immediately.
WHO SHOULD JOIN?
Those who look to the future and understand that while a crisis can strike at any time, they are in full control to protect their businesses through business continuity.
WHY SHOULD YOU JOIN?
When a crisis strikes, it can strike hard. Being unprepared can lead to a halt in operations and result in your clients moving to competitors and alternative options. By implementing the business continuity management system, you can ensure operations will continue and that your clients will still receive their products.
- Learn the purpose and importance of Business Continuity Management Systems (BCMS) program for the food industry
- Discuss the ISO22301 BCM framework, Plan-DO-Check-Act(PDCA) and the key operating elements including business impact analysis, risk analysis, strategy, documentation, test and exercise and audit.
- Explain the Risk Analysis (RA) purpose, process, key terminologies and implementation.
- Explain the Business Impact Analysis (BIA) purpose, process, key terminologies and implementation.
- Perform the RA and BIA for own department.
Henry Ee, FBCI, CBCP, ACTA
Managing Director, BCP Asia
Having been in the business continuity and resilience industry profession for more than 25 years, Henry has actively contributed to the industry’s wider understanding in business continuity, risk management and related disciplines. Henry is currently appointed as the Vice President for RIMAS. Henry is also a working group member of the Public-Private Partnership in UNDRR since 2016, looking into Disaster Risk Management in the region. He served as the Technical Expert for Business Continuity & Resilience on the International Organization for Standards (ISO) for the ISO22301:2019 review. He is also part of the team in drafting the updated Pandemic guide published by Enterprise Singapore.
Since establishing BCP Asia in 2000, Henry personally conducts trainings and provide consulting advisory services. To date, he has implemented more than 400 projects and trained more than 7000 professionals across Financial, Information Technology, Logistics, Manufacturing, Transportation, Telecommunication and Healthcare industries from around Asia. He is a certified Business Continuity Professional by BCI (UK) and DRII (US) and is ACTA certified.
ABOUT BCP ASIA
Business Continuity Planning Asia Pte Ltd (BCP Asia) is the region’s leading provider of training and consultancy in Business Continuity Management (BCM), Crisis Management, Disaster Recovery and Enterprise Risk Management.
Since being founded in 2000, BCP Asia has led more than 10,000 professionals and organizations in Asia to gain world class BCM trainings, internationally-recognized certifications and a state of well-preparedness and resilience to disasters or any business interruptions.
With the increase in adoption of Business Continuity, Enterprise Risk Management and Business Resiliency in general across South-East Asia, a secondary office in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, was set up in 2018 to better support the region’s Business Resiliency activities.
Member Price: $160 (SG & PR) / $180 (Non-SG)
Non-Member Price: $250 (SG & PR) / $270 (Non-SG)
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