The forum has exclusive use of the 6th Floor of the Royal Inistitute of British Architects in central London. Panels will take place in the Wren Room and breaks, lunch and networking in the Hawksmoor Room.
Registration and Coffee
08:45 - 09:15
Mark Frary, our MC for the day, will share the objectives for the day and introduce our keynote speaker.
09:15 - 09:30
Charles Parry will deep dive into the legal framework in the UK related to business travel risk. He will look at the governing laws, compliance, how regulators operate, responsibilities of organisations, managers and bosses, due diligence and risk assessment considerations.
09:30 - 10:25
10:25 - 10:55
Personal Risk 1 - Recognising Bias in TRM?
Sam Roper will lead a panel that looks at how TRM programmes have traditionally been set up and how to assess if they adequately cover an individual’s personal risk profile. With an increasingly diverse workforce travelling to an ever-increasing number of destinations, are personal risk factors included so that they can be assessed and mitigated? Is the TRM programme more focussed on home culture than destination risk?
David Jovic, Vodafone
Jase Keen, Citrix
10:55 - 11:55
Personal Risk 2 - Implementing a Programme
Jeremy Wilkes will discuss with his panellists how they used diverse risk profiles to create programmes that address the different risks that their travellers may face, with a particular focus on women, LGBT+ and BAME travellers.
Elizabeth Lewis, Deutsche Bank
Anne Hudson. Northumbria University
Emma Lamb, Facebook
12:00 - 13:00
13:00 - 13:50
Dr Nic Hillier's panel will consider how medical factors affect travellers and what an organisation needs to address, including how pre-existing and ‘home’ diseases may be more likely to cause travel issues than their more exotic counterparts.
Dr Anthony Renshaw, International SOS
Ady Firth, Pearson
13:50 - 14:40
Modern Risks and Technology
Dr Sophie Harwood will investigate the changing risk landscape incorporating how technology affects the way we communicate and travel and the associated risks. Technology has changed habits with social media, the sharing economy, and the rise of bleisure travel, meaning that TRMs often need to address their use. This panel will also consider if technology can streamline the TRM process.
Grant Cambridge, EY
David Herd, Unilever
Nathan Monshin, SI Risk
14:45 - 15:35
Mark Frary will look back at the sessions from the day and share his findings and some of the key actions the panels shared.