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Crisis Response & Business Continuity Conference

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Sponsored by:excelrate

Exploring UK best practice initatives whilst challenging and contrasting them with international speakers exploring how other countries plan, respond and recover from critical incidents.

29th November, Theatre 5

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    This presentation will outline the multi- agency UK counter terrorism approach and how it can be adapted effectively to compliment other countries counter terrorism strategies.
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    How the UK can help governments and the private sector overseas build their crisis response capabilities; examples of success
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    The step change in the threat landscape means that it is not enough to crisis manage and bounce back. Anticipating and adapt to shocks and stresses for the long term.

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    This session will identify how the UK can stay connected internationally post Brexit to ensure the very best of world developments can be captured and introduced both nationally and locally.

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    The presentation will analyse arrangements for preparation, response and continuity of services in selected countries, including acts of terrorism. It will identify areas of good practice to these large-scale crises and emergencies. 
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    Many organisations struggle to achieve and maintain capabilities, especially before a recent incident has affected risk appetite. Rob will discuss pragmatic approaches to resilience and events, both those that have worked and some that have failed. 
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