From CAPA to Risk Management and Resilience - Module 3 - From Reaction to Resilience
Resilience is defined as the capacity to withstand stress and catastrophe. For an organization to be resilient doesn’t mean it will never be subjected to problems or even a disaster. Resilience requires evaluation and risk mitigation.
Proper risk analysis must include a cross-functional team of stakeholders to generate ownership and accountability. A platform for risk reduction must be established along with a coordinated program for multi-stakeholder leadership, comprised of interconnected components and interrelated steps that include people, process, and technology.
Join us in this final module of our “From CAPA to Risk Management and Resilience” series as we take a deep dive into the processes discussed during Module 2. You will be presented with a use case that has proven to be successful at many organizations of different sizes.
During this session we will discuss:
- The details of each step in the risk assessment process
- Strengthening leadership
- Increasing engagement of stakeholders
- Fostering research and knowledge exchange Demonstrating value and accountability
John DiMaria is the ISO Product Manager for BSI Group America Inc. He has 28 years of successful experience in Management System Development, including Information Systems, and Quality Assurance. John is responsible for overseeing, product roll-out, and client/sales education. He is a product spokesperson for BSI Group America, Inc. regarding all product standards covering Risk, Quality, Sustainability and Regulatory Compliance.