AMCHAM T&T PRESENTATIONS
2020 Pre-HSSE Conference Webinar
On July 24th, 2020 AMCHAM T&T launched our first in a series of Pre-Conference Webinars aimed at providing participants key insights into our upcoming 24th Annual HSSE Conference and Exhibition.
For our first Webinar, we invited Kym Bancroft, Health and Safety Manager, People & Safety at Queensland Urban Utilities to share knowledge and insight on the topic: “Human & Organizational Performance (HOP) in Practice”.
Taking a contemporary approach, Kym incorporated psychological principles and human-centred methodologies with safety innovation and evidence-based research to drive transformation across the workplace, creating high reliability, operational excellence, and a positive workplace culture.
Click here to view the Presentation at the Pre-HSSE Conference Webinar on the topic: "Human & Organizational Performance (HOP) at Urban Utilities”.
Multiple Hazard and Systemic Risks: Addressing Climate Related Disasters in Times of COVID-19
On May 25th 2020, Patricia Ghany, AMCHAM T&T President and Melissa Pierre, Senior Trade and Policy Specialist at AMCHAM T&T attended the UNDRR-Las Américas y El Caribe Webinar Series on Multiple Hazard and Systemic Risks: Addressing Climate Related Disasters in Times of COVID-19.
Click to view the presentation Ms Ghany delivered on the topic: "Private Sector Roles, Responsibilities and Opportunities in the Context of Systemic Risk" the more than 450 attendees at the virtual conference.
On Wednesday 10th June, AMCHAM T&T hosted its first ever virtual Annual General Meeting and Business Forum.
In light of the COVID-19 Pandemic, and all the changes and innovation that are coming out of it, our theme this year was "Business in the New Normal".
To provide greater insight into this topic, we put together an exciting and dynamic panel of experts for our audience:
On Friday 29th May, AMCHAM T&T hosted the first webinar in its Digital Transformation Series: The Time for TECH is now!
Below are the topics covered by our 4 expert panelists.
"The COVID-19 pandemic has totally transformed the way we interact, work, live and learn. Businesses have had to alter almost every facet of operations to survive.
The most effective means of reducing virus transmission are social distancing and rigorous sanitization. And this won’t change until a vaccine is found.
So what does your business need to know in order to survive in these challenging times? Can you future-proof your business?"
Our webinar explored these questions from four perspectives:
COVID-19 is forcing many companies to speed up the timeline of their digital transformations. Until this happens, many of us have been left to utilize improvised work-spaces from our homes with unsecured networks on mobile devices to conduct business.
While all the attention has been focused on containing the spread of the virus, we cannot allow ourselves to ignore another potentially dangerous threat that can cause major harm to our businesses i.e. breaches in our online security.
On Tuesday 12th May, AMCHAM T&T continued its Navigating the Pandemic series with a special webinar dedicated to Cyber Security and best practices in online security.
Our presenters included Shanna Utgard from Defendify, Vernon Jeffery from Readiness Associates, and Anthony Subero and Daniel Gaudreau from Hitachi Systems Security Inc.
To view the presentation by Defendify & Readiness Associates, please click here.
To view the presentation by Hitachi Systems Security Inc., please click here.
To view PwC's document on CyberSecurity and Enabling Secure Work-From-Home, please click here.
On Friday 8th May, AMCHAM T&T hosted its webinar "The Usefulness of Risk Management", as part of our "Navigating the Pandemic" series.
Participants advanced their knowledge of safety management and enjoyed presentations by Nippin Anand, Founder of Novellus Solutions and Associate Research Fellow at Cardiff University, and
Colonel Lyle E. Alexander, CPP; FInstLM - Chairman of The Port Authority, Deputy Chair of the Airports Authority of Trinidad & Tobago, Founder & Principal Consultant of A.R.M Specialists Limited.
To view Col. Alexander's presentation, click here.
To view Nippin Anand's presentation, click here.
On Tuesday 28th April, AMCHAM T&T hosted its webinar, " Navigating HR & IR issues during the Pandemic". This session focussed on Human Resource Management strategies and Industrial Relations practices, as they relate to business operations during this time.
Our presenters were Catherine Ramnarine - Partner at M. Hamel-Smith & Co., Teresa White - Group HR Director at ANSA McAL Limited, and Ian John - CEO of Massy Technologies InfoCom.
To view the presentation from Ms. Ramnarine, please click here.
To view the presentation from Ms. White, please click here.
To access the Work from Home Procedure from Ms. White, please click here.
On Friday 24th April, we continued our "Navigating the Pandemic" webinar series with our session on Building Organizational Resilience.
Facilitated by experts in business continuity and change management, this session covered the steps to the planning and execution of a Business Continuity Plan, so that companies will be more resilient, not just to COVID-19, but also to other major events and disruptions.
Our experts included Robert Ord and Chris Earl of Check-6, and Garth Vincent of Business Crisis Consultants Limited.
To view the presentation from Business Crisis Consultants Limited, click here.
On Friday 03rd AMCHAM T&T held a session on Mental Health. Working remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic can have an impact on your overall mental well-being. The world is experiencing an extraordinary world health emergency. The only way to flatten the curve is to stay at home and limit our contact with others. Health experts are warning that our mental health is at stake, as we keep our social distance. How do you protect your mental health while in self- isolation? What can be done by you to lessen its impact? What can companies do to assist employees in this period of unrest.
Presentation from Dr. Ishvan Ramchaitar can be found here
Presentation from Antony Watkins can be found here.
On Thursday 19th March, AMCHAM T&T held its second webinar "Motor Vehicles & The Road Traffic Act" with presentations by Sharon Inglefield of Arrive Alive, Brent Batson of the TTPS, Robert Visser of Total Convenience Management Limited, and Ian Haywood of ANSA Rentals.
The presenters addressed the topics on
and their respective company approaches and practices in adhering to these new regulations.
To view the presentation by Sharon Inglefield of Arrive Alive, please click here.
To view the presentation by Brent Batson of the TTPS, please click here.
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