Event Date/Time: Oct 15, 2012
End Date/Time: Oct 16, 2012
Mining has been the mainstay of South Africa economy for more than a century, and will continue to play a key role in the future. It currently operates in a rapidly restructuring economical, political, and legislative climate which could affect the viability of operations. Today, mining companies have to be able to change their business and structure increasingly fast. The financial success of business depends upon its ability to be resilient so as to take the fullest advantage of its constantly changing business environment and surroundings. A business may look very different in December to what it looked like in January. The ability to change rapidly and respond effectively to external forces is a characteristic of business resilience.
Salvoâ€™s 2-Day workshop is for decision makers who work in Business Continuity and deals with Business Impact Analysis, Disaster Recovery, Risk Management, Crisis Management, Corporate Security, Emergency Management/Contingency Planning, Environment, Health and Safety, Enterprise Planning, Information Technology and Telecommunications, Finance, Operations, Human Resources, Legal, Communications and Corporate Affairs. From this course, decision makers will learn how to protect critical operations, services, and resources to maintain business continuity. Moreover, learn how to develop resilient business strategies and exploit opportunities.
The course will prove useful to attendees who are decision makers that deal with Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery, Risk Management, Crisis Management, Corporate Security, Emergency Management/Contingency Planning, Environment, Health & Safety, Enterprise Planning, Information Technology & Telecommunications, Finance, Operations, Human Resources, Legal, Communications and Corporate Affairs.
Consultants, Heads, Managers and Specialists:
- Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery
- Contingency Planning
- Communications & Corporate Affairs
- Corporate Security
- Enterprise Planning
- Human Resource