ISO 31000 - Making Risk Management Work

Every decision involves risk. Understanding risk well and dealing with it in a structured manner across leadership and governance functions is critical to the healthy functioning of any modern organisation.

The latest ISO 31000 standard aims to provide a comprehensive, concise and clear set of guidelines for organisations to work with and implement risk management principles, improve planning and make better decisions.

RiskNZ is proud to bring you a workshop on the latest ISO 31000 standard, focused on how NZ organisations can look to gain the most from the standard​ and how they can integrate it ​into their organisations,​ while keeping risk management ultimately simple and practical.

Date: Monday 15 April 2019
Time: 8am to 12 noon  |  Morning tea & lunch provided
Venue: KPMG, 10 Customhouse Quay, Wellington
Ticket pricing: Members - $75 + GST  |  Non-members - $150 + GST



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8.00am - 8.30am
8.30am - 8.40am Welcome and introduction NIGEL TOMS, Outgoing RiskNZ Chair
8.45am - 9.30am A review of ISO 31000:2018 - what is it and how does it differ from its predecessors PAUL STANNARD, Technical Officer, Energy Safety, WorkSafe NZ and member of the ISO/TC 262 Risk Management NZ International Review Group
9.30am - 10.15am Integrating your ISO 31000:2018 adoption - handbooks and other standards you can draw on KRISTIN HOSKIN, RiskNZ Board, member of standards committees OB-007 Risk Management, and ISO/TC 262 Risk Management NZ International Review Group
10.15am - 10.30am
10.30am - 11.15am Integrating the standard into the matrix of the organisation - handling the cultural perspective when working with ISO 31000 GERAINT BERMINGHAM, Director, Navigatus Consulting
11.15am - 12 noon From the coal face - sharing an organisational experience in working day-to-day with the standard ANDREW GREATBACH, Risk Consulting Manager, IAG NZ
12 noon - 12.15pm Wrap and close NIGEL TOMS, Outgoing RiskNZ Chair

(*) - Timings and structure of the workshop programme are subject to change without notice, based on speaker availability and other factors, and is entirely at RiskNZ’s discretion.