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Building the next-generation emergency response and crisis resilient unit

The list of incidents that have occurred over the past year caused by oil spills, leaks and fires in the GCC range from a minor loss of containment to a major incident with catastrophic consequences. That’s why, even in a challenging business climate, companies need to focus on managing their risk, putting business continuity strategies in place for operational resiliency whilst also limiting unnecessary expenses to ensure budgets aren’t wasted on redundant maintenance practices. O&G companies are now focusing on how to not only improve their crisis resiliency but also how they can improve their return on investment.

As such, the 5th Annual Crisis & Risk Management Summit taking place from 30 April - 3 May 2017 at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Kuwait will be focusing on practical solutions on how to improve crisis resilience without increasing budget requirements, along with lessons learned from previous incidents and how to avoid them. With 4 successful annual meetings from key organisatons such as KOC, KNPC, Chevron, Kuwait National Guard, Ministry of Interior Kuwait, Kuwait Fire Service Directorate and more, do not miss the opportunity to attend this year’s edition.

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Why attend the 5th Annual Crisis Event?


Leverage on themes covering all areas of crisis management including business continuity inter agency collection and incident investigation


Explore the efficient use of shared resources between the public and private sector


Hear from international experts on case studies on how to mitigate, remediate and recover from a crisis


Benefit from pre and post summit workshop on improving organisational performance, mitigate risk and ensure best practice in crisis management


Learn how to build an oil spill emergency response plan in your organisation

Who should attend?

  •  Crisis & Enterprise Risk
  •  Management
  •  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


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