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Risk Management: Career Opportunities

Friday, 3 November, 2017 - 11:30 to 12:15

Today, the risks in these systems have become far more significant and obvious than it was 20 years ago. Breaches of IT or information systems cause severe organisational crises, including economic losses, facility damage and reputation damage caused by identify theft, new business losses as a result of system failures and regulatory restrictions arising from compliance issues.

The breadth of the risk management notwithstanding, this section will discuss:
• The roles in Risk Management
• Risk management – career opportunities/career

Mr. Stephen T. Chukwubuikem
Mr. Stephen T. Chukwubuikem
Senior Lecturer in Petroleum and Environmental Technology Coventry University
Presentation Title: 
Risk Management: Career Opportunities

Stephen T. Chukwubuikem, BEng, MEng, MSc, FHEA, TechIOSH is a senior lecturer at Coventry University where he leads in the delivery of Health Safety and Environment Management in the Oil and Gas Industry. He is an expert in process and occupational safety management. He is a Technical member of Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) and American Institute of Chemical Engineers with over 18 years industrial experience and 6 years in academia.

He has been investigating accident analytical techniques in the process industry: lessons for the oil and gas industry. As a training consultant, he works with leaders and their teams in the oil and gas industry to improve organisational performance by helping them to define their safety strategic direction, increase leadership performance, create excellent safety cultures that drive innovation and improve project and safety management.

His track record also includes following up research problems in the process industry and oil and gas sector in particular. He has successfully conducted research and published in the area of process safety, human factor (ergonomics), safety performance and safety culture. For more information you may contact Stephen Theophilus at ab2038@coventry.ac.uk

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