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1 Risk Assessment and Business Impact Analysis are two key components in the development of an effective business continuity programme. The objectives of these steps is to identify the risks and evaluate critical operations for the organisation. So, what is Risk Assessment and Business Impact Analysis? And how does it fit into the BCM programme? Most importantly, do you know that one wrong analysis could affect decisions made in the later stages of the planning process? Find out the answers in this highly interactive workshop! Learn all the essential elements required to develop a thorough, effective and accurate Risk Assessment and Business Impact Analysis for your organisation. Upon completion of this course, Understand the roles and limitations of Risk Assessment in a BCM Programme Understand the key role of Business Impact Analysis in developing appropriate business continuity strategy and develop a practical BIA method for their organizations Gain immediate enlightenment to BCM professionals involved with planning for or managing the BCM programme COURSE OUTLINE Define purpose, objectives and scope of BIA Devise BIA questionnaires Data collection methods and interview techniques Identify critical business functions and impacts Establish interdependencies and recovery objectives Determine strategies to mitigate impacts Critical success factors Linking BIA to other phases of BCM program Define purpose, objectives and nature and definition of risk Risk evaluation and its place in BCM plan Risk classification study Develop and implement risk reduction measures Limitations of Risk Assessment in business continuity strategy Linking RA to other phases of BCM program Conducting an Effective Risk Assessment & Business Impact Analysis Workshop COURSE OVERVIEW Jun 2012 Singapore2D Workshop HENRY EE FBCI, CBCP Henry Ee is the founder and director of Business Continuity Planning Asia Pte Ltd (BCP Asia). In his over 15 years experience in this profession, Henry has held senior positions in ABN Amro and JP Morgan Chase as Regional BCM Manager where he helped to roll out the Business Continuity Program in Asia Pacific. Since starting BCI Asia, Henry has been actively conducting training and assisted more than 100 companies in their Business Continuity (BC) and Disaster Recovery (DR) program. He has also been contributing to the BC industry through actively involved in the Technical committee for BCM Standards SS540:2008 and BS As a veteran in this industry, Henry has been conducting BCM audits for large corporations as well as engaged by certification bodies as technical expert. Henry is the appointed Director for Business Continuity Institute Asia (BCI Asia) where he will oversees the BCI development in Asia. COURSE LEADER WHO SHOULD ATTEND Professionals from all industries, experience levels and background: In planning stages of conducting Risk Assessment and Business Impact Analysis for their organization Seeking practical guidance in preparing Risk Assessment and Business Impact Analysis report Initiating the BCM programme for their organization and/or involved for managing the BCM process BCP Coordinators / DR / BCM / HR / Operations / Facility / Risk / IT / Health & Safety and Security Managers

2 To register, please fax to +(65) PARTICIPANT(S) PARTICULARS Full Name (as in NRIC) | NRIC No: Designation / Department Company Contact Numbers (O) (F) (M) Address Special Dietary RequirementNo Preference / Vegetarian / Muslim COURSE TITLEEARLY BIRD RATENORMAL COURSE FEE 2D WorkshopSGD 1,200 (register on or before 04 May) SGD 1,350 (register after 04 May) COMPANY DETAILS (for billing) For organization-sponsored, invoice will be billed to the company Billing Address Attention To / Department Contact Numbers (O) (F) (M) Address Alternate Contact (in case of emergency) Name: Contact No: PAYMENT METHODS All payments should be made before the event to guarantee your seat Telegraphic Transfer (Fees do not include bank charges; kindly include all bank charges into total amount) Transfer to Business Continuity Planning Asia Pte Ltd Account Number: / Bank: Overseas Chinese Banking Corporation Bank / Branch: Robinson Road / Bankcode: 7339 / Swiftcode: ocbcsgsg Cheque / Bank DraftPayable to Business Continuity Planning Asia Pte Ltd and send to: 1 Commonwealth #08-27 One Commonwealth S Credit Card Please be informed that BCP Asia will send you a Paypal Request shortly after the receipt of this form. All fees are subjected to prevailing taxes. BCP Asia reserves the right to make any amendments in its programs and speakers without any prior notice, or to cancel the programs due to unforeseen circumstances. Every effort will be made to contact each delegate if the program is cancelled. If the program is not held for any reason, our liability is limited to the program fee only. A replacement is welcomed if the participant is unable to attend the course; BCP Asia must be notified by written at least 3 working days prior to the start of the course. All cancellation will carry a 10% administrative charge and should be made in writing at least 5 working days prior to the start of the course. Regrettably, no refund can be made for cancellations received less than 5 working days prior to the start of the course or for no show delegates. Business Continuity Management Manager Course Conducting an Effective Risk Assessment & Business Impact Analysis Workshop Registration Form Jun 2012 Singapore2D Workshop


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