NESA Webinar - A special event
Risk Management Planning for Communicable Diseases - Free event
Tuesday 31 March 2020
3pm AEDT (2:30pm in SA, 2pm in QLD, 1:30pm in NT and 12 noon in WA)
Peter Holtmann, a topic expert on risk, has recently been assisting organisations with their risk management planning for COVID-19. Peter’s consultancy business is focused on ‘socialising’ and documenting the risk appetite of Board members and their businesses. He works with them to implement tools and techniques to identify, analyse and treat risk.
In this webinar session Peter will talk about the key elements necessary for a robust and effective risk management plan for communal diseases.
This is a free webinar session. If you register and cannot attend on the day, you will be emailed the link to the recording. The session is expected to run for 90 minutes.
WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT
Peter will discuss the following:
• Strategic Objective
• Initial Action Plan
• Risk Assessment
• Targeted and Specific Action
• Coordination, Monitoring and Communication of Response Plans
• Escalation of Targeted Plans
• Stand-down of Targeted Action Plans
• Business continuity practices and monitoring for second-wave
Peter has coached internationally, in the US, Brazil, South Korea, and Australia in industries such as conformity assessment, professional service firms and multi-lateral public service organisations. He has worked with well-known international non-profits as well as the private sector. Peter has spent hundreds of hours facilitating the development of senior leaders in organisations helping them build strategy, influence cultural change, and foster an open communication style.
Peter’s successful background and variety of industry experience has earned him the privilege of speaking at many global conferences, as well as the opportunity to write for several professional journals on matters related to personnel competence, career pathways and the science of human potential for development.
Formerly the President and CEO of a global non-profit, Peter has “ticked all the big boxes” that relate to business management, including company restructuring and rebranding, navigating mergers and acquisitions, coaching individuals into leadership roles, and managing organisational change.
By applying risk management principles to business practise, he has been able to assist a wide variety of communities and industry sectors with achieving their goals – from the highest levels of national governance to the daily pursuits of “the individual”.