Recorded Webinar: Coronavirus (COVID-19) - evolving business impact and continuity planning
Thursday, 19 March 2020
8:00am to 8:00am
Cost (Inc GST)
You will receive an email with a link to this recorded webcast once you register. If you do not receive this email, contact us on 1800 251 849
Continuity planning during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is currently top of the agenda for most businesses.
In this webinar, you will hear the latest updates on this evolving issue from a leading risk expert and a senior workplace lawyer.
Our panel will:
- outline the broad context for business impact — looking at workforce, supply and distribution chains, business systems and function
- take you through a step-by-step checklist of critical processes to help you understand and unpack the likely impact along the value chain — adapt and implement this practical checklist against the risks in your organisation
- identify and address the key concerns of organisations from a legal perspective — including workplace law, healthcare and safety and privacy — to help your organisation implement the business continuity plan effectively.
You should attend if you are:
- a company secretary
- a risk manager
- a director
- an executive
- someone with enterprise risk management responsibilities
- Pandemic history
- Planning for uncertainty
- Actions to consider
- Practical options
- Legal considerations
Robbie Sinclair CPP, MBA, B.Admin.L, Dip. Sec., FARPI, AMIIA, AICM, AIBF, JP (NSW)
Business Continuity Planning and Risk Executive Specialist
Robbie has worked for over 30 years in risk performance globally, with his leadership in crisis and emergency management distinguishing him as an international speaker. Robbie has worked with Federal governments responding to earlier influenza outbreaks.
Partner, Clayton Utz
Shae is a Partner in the Workplace Relations, Employment & Safety Group. Shae advises corporate and government clients on a range of industrial and employment issues, health and safety, legal compliance, as well as dispute resolution