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How to Manage the Human Aspects Of Incident Management And Resilience
The BCI London Forum is delighted to announce our agenda for the upcoming event on September 11th. The event will start at 9.30am and finish at 5pm (please ignore different timings elsewhere on this page).
Priced at only £50 per person for a full day of fantastic speakers, content, lunch and refreshments we are sure this event is going to be a great one.
Tickets have sold fast and we have a great mix of attendees to enhance your day with some fantastic networking opportunities.
Date: 11th September 2015
Location: London Fire Brigade Headquarters, 169 Union Street, London SE1 0LL
Event: How to Manage the Human Aspects of Incident Management and Resilience
Chair: Chris Needham-Bennet, Needhams 1834 Ltd
9:30 Registration, coffee and networking
10:00 Welcome - John Hetherington, London Fire Brigade
10:10 Opening remarks by the Chair - Chris Needham-Bennet, Needhams 1834 Ltd
10:30 Session 1 - The human aspects of 7/7 - A 360 degree view - Roger Kember, Witt O'Briens
11:30 Session 2 - Understanding the personal reactions to workplace incidents - Mandy Rutter, The Validium Group Limited
12:00 Session 3 - Dealing with collapsed buildings - David O'Neill, UK-ISAR, London Fire Brigade
13:45 Session 4 - Safe extraction of staff in overseas offices - Tim Willis, International SOS and Control Risks
14:15 Session 5 - Reception centres and the role of businesses - Andrew Meek, London Borough of Haringey
15:15 Session 6 - Emergency evacuations planning methodology - Jim Burtles
15:45 Session 7 - Awareness raising for trauma – responding to disaster - The human aspects - Rosie Murray
16:15 Open Session - An opportunity for attendees to share concerns and experiences of the human aspects of incident management
16:45 Close - Review and closing remarks by the Chair - Chris Needham-Bennet, Needhams 1834 Ltd
This agenda may be subject to change on the day.
If you have any queries about this event you can contact firstname.lastname@example.org