Crisis Management & Emergency Response Summit

15 - 17 October, 2019 | Manama, Bahrain

Full Agenda: Crisis Management & Emergency Response Summit

 

Recent incidents across the Bal El Mandeb strait and hostilities across the Arabian Gulf and Horn of Africa pose a significant threat to foreign and regional assets in the Middle East especially around the Bahraini and Saudi regions.

With recent attacks on oil tankers, maritime piracy and sabotage, airports being swarmed with hostile undetectable drones and state-sponsored cyber crimes, crisis management, HSE and emergency response teams have to be a step ahead to improve their incident response capabilities on all fronts.

The formation of National Security OPS Centre (NSCO) and Office of Presidency State Security in Saudi Arabia apart from the pioneering initiatives undertaken by agencies in Bahrain are the best examples of coordinated activities.

Do you have the necessary measures ready to avoid major asset failures, disasters and security lapses, which may result in loss reputation?

Early confirmed key stakeholders include:

  • Richard Reed, Head of Corporate Emergency Management and Continuity, Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia
  • Lt. Crew Com. Syed Sameer Hussain, Emergency Response Superintendent, Ministry of Interior, Bahrain
  • Abulaziz Alshammari, Crisis & Disaster Management, Ministry of Health, Saudi Arabia
  • Aden Mowlid, Director, Djibouti Ports & Free Zones Authority, Djibouti
  • Dr. Sadek Al Shouli, Chief Executive Officer, Dal Group, Saudi Arabia
  • …And many more including coast guards, border guards and regional navies

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