GPG Edition 7.0 - PP4 - Solutions Design

  • 20 Jun 2024
  • , 2 PM (AEST)

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The fourth in the BCI Australasian Chapter's GPG 7.0 webinar series, this session will provide an overview of the fourth Professional Practice (PP4), looking at how practitioners and individuals can identify strategies and solutions that enable organizations to resume business operation when disrupted. Two key outputs of PP4 are to meet approved business continuity requirements and identify capabilities to mitigate unacceptable risks and single points of failure within an organization.

Tom Foskett MBCI, with host Hannah Tan AMBCI, will discuss and demonstrate how PP4 uses a simple three-step process to understand whether existing resumption activities meet business continuity requirements, the identification of a strategy to close existing gaps, and the design and selection of solutions that deliver required strategies. Tom will also provide examples of sample strategies, sample solutions and the prerequisites to support design and implementation across key business functions with time remaining for Q&A. This webinar series seeks to provide members with an industry-view of the guidelines in practice.


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    Tom Foskett MBCI

    Director - Risk and Resilience, Deloitte

    A Director within Deloitte Risk Advisory in the Perth Office, Tom specialises in risk and resilience with extensive experience across a diverse portfolio and multiple industries, including oil and gas, mining, rail, construction and health. 

    16 years’ service in the UK Armed Forces also provides Tom with extensive experience in the delivery of incident and crisis management, business continuity management and organisational resilience practices focusing on appropriate and timely decision making, maintaining agile response capability and the flexibility to absorb disruption related risk events. 

    Tom is a certified and current Member of the Business Continuity Institute (MBCI) and a volunteer member in WA’s State Emergency Service.

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    Hannah Tan MBCI

    Hannah has worked in Business Continuity and Resilience across multiple a wide range of industries, ranging from banking to transport, in both private and public sectors. Her passion lies in crisis management and incident response, having coordinated enterprise-wide responses through natural disasters, critical infrastructure, and high value payment outages. She has also developed and led large-scale crisis exercises in response to industry trends and to meet legislative requirements. Hannah was previously the Chapter Lead for the Australasian BCI Chapter, coordinating the BCI Australasia’s submission to APRA’s recent CPS230 request for feedback, and currently serves on the committee for Victoria. She currently runs a sole trader Resilience consultancy with a full-time role in aviation.

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