Real World Integrated Risk Management Part 1

*Webinar Available* This Seminar is focused on risk management in a number of aspects including safety, budgeting, risk culture and customer satisfaction. It is designed to highlight areas of focus for the engineering industry, in particular, managing contractors from a WH&S perspective, looking at the psychology of safety, realising that risk management is more than just safety and learning about the underlying drivers of the AS31000-2009 review & handbook.
Real World Integrated Risk Management Part 1

This Risk Seminar is a multi-speaker, multi-topic seminar that covers existing risk management concepts through to the next generation of risk decisions techniques for complex systems; how risk is developing and how it will be integrated into the decision making processes of the future. This seminar will support Engineers in risk topic areas including safety, project management, risk culture and decision making.

This Seminar is focused on Risk management applicable to all Engineering disciplines and supplies specific risk management CPD required to meet your CPEng & NPER requirements. The seminar areas of focus include the managing of complex risks, budgets and contingency; decision culture; looking at the psychology of safety and realising that risk management is more than just AS3100; and the difficulties associated with risk integration into the day to day decisions.   

Guest Speakers: Part 1

Dr Ed Lewis, Mentor and Consultant
“Risk Culture, Engineering Risk and Decisions”

  • Key risk concepts and organisational risk culture
  • Risk integration into decision making

Dr Edward Lewis,  now a ‘gentleman scholar’, has strived for nearly 50 years to develop ways that support human decision-making.  His PhD in Psychology, particularly in human thinking, and experience has shown the importance of sound managerial problem-solving. Ed has undertaken over 40 consultancy projects for public and international private sector organizations, including ICT governance, strategic plans, evaluation of IT outsourcing and major systems development, performance measurement systems, information management policies, service design, and risk management.

Warren Black,  Principal of Complexus
"An Introduction to Complexity and How it Influences Risk Management”

  • Risk Complexity and complex systems
  • System of systems and Risk Management techniques

Warren is an Engineer, Risk Professional and Complex Systems’ Advisor who has particular interest in understanding how the complexity sciences may offer a better means to controlling emergent risks within highly complex, operating systems. He consults to industry on how to improve Governance, Risk & Assurance practices so that they may reflect not only the degree of investment at risk, but also the specific complexities in play. Warren is currently engaged in a higher degree in research (PHD) program, whereby he is Investigating a Complex Systems Approach To Controlling Complex Organisational Risks, at the Queensland University of Technology.

Webinar available along with the usual option to attend the event in person at the EA Auditorium. Please choose from the available options when registering online. Webinar commences 6pm AEST.

*Risk Seminar Part 2 – will be held on Tuesday 30 July, if interested please register for this event separately, for full details CLICK HERE

Date
23 / 07 / 2019 - 06:00 pm to 08:30 pm
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AEST
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Registration Closes
23 / 07 / 2019 06:00 pm
Venue
EA Newcastle
Suite 3 Tonella Commercial Centre
125 Bull Street (entry via Dick St)
Newcastle West - Webinar available
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Cost
Webinar
  • EA Member Rate: $50.00 ($45.45 excl. GST)
  • Society Member Rate: $150.00 ($136.36 excl. GST)
  • Student Member Rate: $50.00 ($45.45 excl. GST)
  • Non-Member Rate: $150.00 ($136.36 excl. GST)
Physical Location
  • EA Member Rate: $50.00 ($45.45 excl. GST)
  • Society Member Rate: $150.00 ($136.36 excl. GST)
  • Student Member Rate: $50.00 ($45.45 excl. GST)
  • Non-Member Rate: $150.00 ($136.36 excl. GST)
Key Speaker(s)
Dr Ed Lewis and Warren Black
Host(s)
CLM
Event Contact
  • Contact:
    Engineers Australia Member Services
  • Phone:
    1300 653 113
  • Email:
Maximum CPD Hours
2.0
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