Centium Webinar

April 27, 2020

This upcoming (7 May 2020) webinar features two leading Business Resilience and Ethical Conduct specialists discussing the risks and key issues emerging from the evolving COVID-19 pandemic.

Australia is facing a stark reality where disasters are becoming almost something of the norm and so organisations need to be innovative and adapt to the daily challenges and emerging risks they are being faced with.  Each one of us is both personally and professionally affected by the current COVID-19 outbreak.

In this webinar you will hear from a disaster and emergency management expert, David Parsons and leading ethic conduct specialist, Chris Wheeler on the risks and key issues emerging from the evolving COVID-19 pandemic, in addition to being provided with helpful and practical techniques on how to manage these risks.

The webinar will:

  • outline approaches on how you can best use business continuity and resilience in your organisations to take you through these unprecedented times
  • identify risk, conduct, performance and supervision issues that will arise as a result of what is likely to be a seismic shift in the way many employees conduct their day to day work, as well as the implications of this change for complaint handling, whistleblowing and investigations

We will hold a short panel discussion with the experts after their presentations to get some additional valuable insight.

SPEAKERS

David Parsons, BEd, BSocSc, MEM

DISASTER AND EMERGENCY EXPERT David has extensive experience implementing emergency management programs in the public and private sector. David has developed emergency management plans, conducted exercises and implemented training for critical infrastructure
owners and operators. David is currently implementing emergency management leadership reform programs in Australia and New Zealand.

Chris Wheeler, LLB, BTRB, MTCP

SPECIALIST ADVISER, ETHICAL CONDUCT, CENTIUM Chris is a solicitor, accredited mediator and town planner who has worked for State and local government agencies in Victoria and NSW. He was Deputy NSW Ombudsman for 25 years. In his consulting work since July 2019, Chris has focussed on whistleblower management and advice, complaint management, advice and investigations (including the management of unreasonable conduct by some complainants), training on the handling of complaints and public interest disclosures, and on administrative law for non-lawyers exercising discretionary powers.

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