Moving from conventional to next generation emergency response management
In recent years, a series of adverse incidents in the Middle East has highlighted the potential for disruption to business, loss of life and loss of property. Incidents like oil and gas leaks, fire and gas explosion are very common in the oil and gas industry. A solid crisis management and response team is essential in any organisation that lies at the top grid in the risk matrix.
However, in a challenging business environment, when oil and gas are selling at low prices, organisations need not only be increasingly selective with their programmes and capital expenditures, but also need to take measures to limit unnecessary expenses to ensure budgets aren’t wasted on unnecessary maintenance.
As such the 5th Annual Crisis & Risk Management Conference in Kuwait will congregate key organisations involved in the industry to discuss implementing methods utilised when putting crisis in to context and perspective: pre, during and post crisis management this 30 April to 3 May in Kuwait.
Benefits of attending:
Develop business continuity management to enable organisations to maintain critical activities
Hear from international experts on case studies on how mitigating, remediating and recovering from a crisis
Benefit from pre and post conference workshop on improving organisational performance, mitigate risk and ensure best practice in crisis management
Who should attend?
- Crisis & Enterprise Risk
- Emergency Response & Incident Command Systems
- HSE, Fire & Security
- Planning & Maintenance
- Civil Defence, Port Security, Marine & Coast Guards
- Mitigation, Remediation & Recovery
- Process Control & Automation
- Business Continuity Planning
"I take this opportunity to invite you to join us at this prestigious event in making Kuwait and the GCC region safer and more secure.”
"Throughout the region Crisis and Risk Management is a fairly new concept in relation to other more published summits and conferences such as Health, Safety and Environment (HSE). There are a number of reasons for this, primarily the fact that the majority of business departments are money making or departments such as HSE are supported by legislative regulations and requirements. Attending the 2014 Summit shall ultimately enable a number of experts and practitioners across a variety of sectors to share knowledge, experience and best practice to ensure the entire region regardless of business is better prepared and equipped to deal with a range of situation to the highest standards.”
"The event attendees will meet the best and most experienced in this business. Knowledge transfer shall be the major part in this event and for those who are searching for answers in Crisis Management or Emergency Response, will search no further, the answers to their queries will be answered at this event".
"“This was a very well executed conference. It provided an invaluable opportunity to network with other emergency management professionals.”
“Beyond the immediate benefits of learning of the experiences of seasoned practitioners, the ability to network with peers form around the world is of great benefit in my view. I did not learn my craft from success alone…. I have had some spectacular failures that have taught me much.”
“A very well organised event with top decision makers present which can truly make change for the good.”
"This is the best and most well organized event I have seen in my 3 decades of experience”
“Crisis and Risk Management Summit is an experience that no one else rivals. The opportunity to meet international colleagues is un-measurable”
"Easy to meet potential contacts in a friendly competitive environment. Well-organised!"
"Well-organised and executed event. Very good diversification of speakers—covers entire spectrum of maritime issues. Having speakers from South Asia and the Horn of Africa and Middle East was especially insightful!"
"An outstanding conference that addresses key challenges and issues in the GCC regional outcomes with clarity with excellent networking”.
"A spirited round of discussions, better presentations and a wider spectrum of displays. Interaction at the exhibition hall was very professional and cordial."