BP’s stance at Business Continuity Planning to counter crisis situation

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Courtesy of Fleming Gulf FZE

As corporations confront mounting threats and crises, it is imperative that senior executives responsible for the firm’s security and survival are called upon for greater creativity, courage and commitment. A resilient Business Continuity Plan should be devised as threats to companies, real or imagined, natural or man-made, seem increasingly extensive, complex and dangerous.

 Michael W. Thompson, Information Technology and Service Global HSE Advisor from BP Production & Exploration will Focus on Creating Resilient BCM Strategy to Stand the Testimony of Crisis Situation at Fleming Gulf’s 6th Annul HSE Forum in Oil, Gas & Petrochemicals(25- 27 October in Doha- Qatar)

 His presentation will give the audience a walk down on why organisation now need business continuity plans in perspective to confront increasing and complex threats. He will also shed light on the importance of identifying company’s key vulnerabilities & choke points before chalking down the BCM strategy.

The highlight of Michael’s presentation will be the strategic lessons learnt from recent crisis situation and post disaster implementation to sustain business operations, protect vital business assets and minimise downtime.

For more information on 6th Annual HSE Forum in Oil, Gas & Petrochemicals contact Maria Luminita at +971 4 6091 575 ,maria.luminita@fleminggulf.com


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