BCarm and Carry On - A different Risk Management podcast
BCarm and Carry On - A different Risk Management podcastMar 27, 2023
How to improve your Supply Chain Resilience
With the backdrop of supply chain disruptions and a historical focus on cost efficiency rather than resilience, it's no wonder we are asked more and more about how to improve supply chain resilience.
In this podcast episode, Centors Risk Management Division Manager, Keith Marlow and BCarm’s MD Steve Williams will discuss the key questions they get asked:
• How do you apply Business Continuity to Supply Chain?
• What is a Resilience Map?
• How would you establish your MTPD for your supply chain?
• What could the different Recovery Options look like?
• What are the potential solutions to Supply Chain disruption
• What does ‘Just in Case’ mean in terms of Supply Chain management?
Top tips for crisis communication planning
Crisis communications are called into action to keep customers and employees informed about disruptions to a business. Done correctly, they can help mitigate damage to your brand reputation and protect the business. Our guest speaker, Antonia Brindle from Get Brindled, has over 25 years of communication expertise in protecting the reputation of organisations while helping them grow. In this podcast, we discuss the importance of communication in all crises, the risk register strategy and Antonia's top tips for essential Crisis Comms planning.
Business Continuity - the basics
BCarm’s MD, Steve Williams talks with Keith Marlow, Risk Management Division Manager for Centor Insurance to try simplify Business Continuity, answering the following questions:
• What is Business Continuity?
• What is the difference between Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery?
• How complicated is Business Continuity?
• What are the benefits of business continuity planning? Where is the best place to start?
• Should consideration around supply chain resilience be incorporated into a Business Continuity Plan?
Risk and Uncertainty - an Entrepreneurial Perspective
When leading a business forward, it's the unexpected that can stop you in your tracks and knock you off course. In this episode, we talk to Paul Johnson Leadership and Business Coach of Vistage International, about risk in the mind of the SME Leader and dealing with the unexpected.
People - our most valuable asset, our greatest area of risk? Managing retention and recruitment!
A number of factors (Brexit, Covid, global supply chain disruption, cost of living etc) have driven the People Risk up the business agenda. In this episode we talk with Kelly Tucker, MD and Founder of HR Star about how business can minimise the risk of not having enough people and the right people to achieve their objectives.
"That's Entertainment" - managing safety in a night club and live events environment
Every business has its unique set of challenges either due to its processes, environment or product/service delivered. But what about when your customers are out to have a good time and most likely with reduced levels of risk perception? We talk to Julie Tippins, Head of Risk Management at DHP Family who operates multiple night club and live event venues about the day-to-day challenges and how she has successfully addressed these.
Business Continuity and Ultra Running
Employee Engagement and how Health & Safety can help build it
According to the Gallup Q12 Survey, companies with highly engaged workforces are 21% more profitable and that’s why Employee Engagement has a focus in businesses that are looking to drive their organisations forward.
In this session, we're joined by guest speaker Kelly Tucker, Managing Director at HR Star who shares some of the key performance metrics you can use to help develop engaged, happy and motivated teams, which in turn can build greater productivity and business success.
Health & Safety and Claims Defensibility - a Legal Perspective
An Employers Liability claim that is paid when the employee was wholly or largely responsible for the accident can be a source of great frustration for business owners and start a damaging trend, particularly if the business is then targeted by claims specialists.
There is a very close correlation between Health and Safety and Claims Defensibility and in this episode, we are joined by Mark Gore, Senior Associate at Brachers LLP to get the legal perspective. Mark discusses what triggers liability for bodily injury, the root causes of poor claims defensibility and what can be done to improve claims defensibility.
Driving cost and friction out of Health & Safety
At a time when many of us are reviewing our business process, we consider ways to drive out cost and friction from Health and Safety – two frequently-cited barriers to the process.
In this episode, we're joined by Andy Slade, former Health & Safety, Environment and Quality Manager at Selecta - Europe's leading vending and self-service machine retailer. Andy shares his first-hand experience of challenges in the Health and Safety process, how he managed the impact of these and what he thinks are the key drivers to operational excellence.