EVALUATING YOUR COMPANY'S RISK AND SAFETY CULTURE
Presenter: Marc Bianco, CSSS
We will explore the relationship between risk management and its impact on business continuity for small and mid-sized businesses. Participants will gain perspectives on; implementing a risk management program, how risk relates to business continuity during normal operations, identifying, quantifying risk in their own organizations, and tools to mitigate the risk of business interruptions. We will utilize injury data to demonstrate the effects of poor safety.
• Understanding the management of safety as a business requirement that impacts the organization’s production & profitability.
• Identifying and quantifying risk as it pertains to business continuity in your own organization.
What happens when a key employee is out of work due to an accident? A simple slip and fall could shut down a small business for days, even weeks. Consider what would happen if there was a fire that destroyed all or part of your building. It is important to think ahead, in this era of deregulation, of how safety can positively affect businesses and their bottom line, regardless of compliance issues. While compliance will always be a driving factor for safety programs, this presentation takes a closer look at how HR Managers can collaborate with executive management to solve larger, big-picture issues that affect companies. We will explore the important management concept of business continuity and how risk management and safety management systems can have an impact on it. Participants will gain perspectives on; implementing a risk management program, how risk relates to business continuity during normal operations, identifying, quantifying risk in their own organizations. Participants will be offered an opportunity to sign up for a discounted Risk Assessment.
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This meeting has been submitted for 1 general credit.
- January 24, 2019
7:30 am - 9:00 am
Venue: Holiday Inn Hyannis