Coronavirus Preparedness in Global Banking & Finance

One Day Course

Project Description

Coronavirus Preparedness in Global Banking & Finance

Financial institutions play a central systemic role in maintaining the health of our economy.  Confidence in the sector is necessary to everyday functioning of markets to allow us all to go about our lives in a secure uninterrupted manner. The flow of investments and liquidity is vital to normal operations elsewhere.

Protecting financial sector employees health requires special consideration given the systemic risks we face when institutions come under threat.  Coronavirus or COVID 19 represents such a threat. Pandemic preparedness is a government requirement for certain firms and a best practice for all.  Resilience is a function of preparedness.  Firms that have up to date plans will reduce the impact of the coronavirus outbreak on their employees, sustain service provision and instil confidence in investors and other stakeholders.

Travel Risk Media’s one day course will arm you to better understand the human, operations, reputation and other pandemic related risks.  The course is solutions focused going beyond the news reports to equip participants with practical risk mitigation measures. We highlight the relevant solutions and controls available to you and your management team. Join us in London on the day or be part of our ‘Distance Delegation’ with our remote attendance digital option.

Each Delegate will receive our Pandemic Planning Tool Kit, Readiness Checklist and a 30 Minute Readiness Assessment call with our course leader  – Dr Jonathan O’Keeffe MRCGP, MBA, BSI 18001 OH&S Lead Auditor, following the course. 

Who is this course for?

Banks, Investment Fund Groups, Financial Advisors, Investment Houses, Insurance Companies, Real Estate Brokers, Consumer Finance Companies, Mortgage Lenders, and Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs).
How Our Distance Delegate Option Works 
We know that many of you want to ‘live steam’ the event and remain with the sessions in real time throughout the day, and also that many of wish to watch the sessions in your own time. That’s why we give you the option to do both by providing both the ‘live stream’ access log in details and post event recordings for you to watch at your own pace. You can also share these log in details and recordings with as many people across your own organisation as you wish. You don’t all need to be in the same place to ‘join live’ either. If there are any questions about this process please do get in touch at info@mcmillancooper.com. Those delegates joining us on the day will of course get the post event recording too.

Our Day

10:00  |  Welcome refreshments & meet your class

10:30 – 10:45  |  Meet your course leader

10:45 – 11:00  |  Global mobility & travel risks

– Dangers of neglecting travel risk management ‘norms’

– International mobility pandemic patterns

– The impact of Pandemic on your current travel risk partners and solutions

11:00 – 11:30  |  Pandemic 101

– Global detailed situation update for global financial institutions

– Case Definitions & Spotlight on: Wuhan Coronavirus (2019-nCoV)

– Forecasting – the decade and century ahead

11:30 – 12:00  |  Lessons Learned – Outbreaks Revisited

– SARS, MERS, Swine Flu H1N1, Avian Flu

– Global FS cases studies will be examined

12:00 – 12:30  |  Refreshment Break

12:30 – 13:00  |  A truly global Risk Assessment

– Institutional Risk Assessment Principals

– Institution Pandemic Risk Matrix

13:00 – 13:45  |  Lunch

13:45 – 15:30 COVID-19 Action Table

      • Communications
      • Travel Risk
      • Health Promotion
      • Infection Control
      • Hygiene and Sanitation
      • Suspect case management
      • Drills
      • Point of entry screening
      • Isolation and Containment Procedures
      • Contact tracing
      • Vaccination and Antiviral Medication Policy
      • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
      • Sickness Absence Management
      • Legal Considerations
      • Recovery

15:30 – 16:00  |  Resources & Recap

– Information Resource Management

– Pandemic Preparedness Audit

– Summery of the Day & ‘Readiness Call’ booking process explained

– Digital Tool Kits handed out 

Each Delegate Will Receive

Pandemic Delegate Toolkit

Institution Pandemic Risk Matrix

Pandemic Preparedness Action Table & Checklist

Health Promotion Materials

Communications Templates

Following the Event:

30 Minute Readiness Call with Dr O’Keeffe – dedicated time with our course leader.

Our Course Leader:

Dr Jonathan O Keeffe, MRCGP, OHSAS 18001 Lead Auditor, MBA.

Dr O’Keeffe is an International Healthcare Specialist.  He was actively involved with universities, banks, oil and gas, mining, utilities companies and other institutions during the H1N1, Ebola and MERS global outbreaks.  As a former International SOS Regional Medical Director, he specialises in site health review and institutional health risk mitigation.  In 2015, as an advisor to employers at the ILO, he helped to develop the first UN global extreme remote worker occupational health and safety guidance.

Register for University Pandemic Preparedness today

Join us on there Day – ‘Day Delegate Pass’ £499.00 +VAT

‘Distance Delegate Pass’ – Digital attendance £399.00 +VAT

(Live Stream dial in and recorded sessions will be made available to our Distance Delegates, along with full slide deck and accompanying participant notes to aid distance learning)

Please note all prices add VAT at the checkout.

I would like to be kept up to date with the news and developments of University Pandemic Preparedness and the other events in this series and receive Travel Risk Media's fortnightly Travel Risk Report and Annual Travel Risk Review.

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