We are pleased to invite you to our Northern spring seminar being held in Sheffield and conveniently located opposite the railway station. Confirmed sessions include:
Anticipating and thinking about ‘Black Swan’ events
Jake Hernandez, a crisis management expert from Gallagher, will explain 'Black Swan Events', give previous examples and highlight how these should form part of an organisations risk planning process and be incorporated into crisis management and business continuity strategies. Jake will also consider what events are likely, particularly those connected with the rapid pace of technological change
Speaker: Jake Hernandez, Crisis Management Team, Gallagher
Managing subsidence risks and claims
This session will focus around the issues of subsidence risks and claims, a growing area of concern following the unusually hot summer of 2018. It will also include consideration of the evidential issues that arise in this relatively complex area.
Speaker: Nick Bond, Kennedys
Cyber claims and policy coverage
A session focussing on the different types of cyber claims and how an insurance policy would respond to such claims.
Speakers: Ben Geffen, JLT Speciality Limited
Building organisational resilience in a digital age.
What are the key cyber security predictions for 2019 and what can be learnt from past cyber incidents? We will address these questions providing delegates with a greater understanding of the threat landscape and identify key steps that should be taken in building a robust cyber risk management programme.
Speakers: Kevin Morris & Martin Clemmit, Zurich Municipal
A practical guide to managing stress in the workplace and disability discrimination
This will cover:
- The duty to make reasonable adjustments
- How to undertake stress risk assessments
- When to make an Occupational health referral
Speakers: Mini Setty & David Sillitoe, Langleys Solicitors
Legal Update: CN -v- Poole
Speaker: Kella Bowers, Forbes Solicitors
This event is FREE to attend for ALARM full and associate members. Registration commences at 9:30am, with the event due to conclude by 3.15pm.
View our bookings terms and conditions including our cancellation policy.
Places at this event are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis therefore we recommend you book early to guarantee your place.