08:30 to 13:00
12 Sep 2017
The terror threat level facing Singapore is at its highest in decades. While security agencies will do its utmost to protect us from an attack, a strong community response to the terrorist threat is important and necessary. Every member of Singapore’s business community must do our part by staying alert and united in order to safeguard our way of life. Singapore companies have an important role to play in our fight against terrorism. Our companies need to be prepared for the unexpected through public-private sector collaborations to ensure that Singapore stays strong and bounce back quickly in a crisis.
The Conference will bring together practitioners from various industries to share their observations and measures to prepare business leaders and employers against the threat of terrorism, and to stay resilient after an attack. Visit our exhibition to understand how you can quickly adopt measures to better address security issues and related risks for your organisation.
Seats are limited for this complimentary event, please register now to reserve your seat. Confirmation on first-come-first-served basis.
8.30 am: Registration and Exhibition commence
9:30 am: Conference commences
9.35 am: Welcome remarks - By Mr S.S. Teo, Chairman, Singapore Business Federation
9.45 am: Opening remarks - By Mr Teo Chee Hean, Deputy Prime Minister & Coordinating Minister for National Security
10.05 am: Launch of Ministry of Manpower's SGSecure Guide for Workplaces by:
- Mr Teo Chee Hean, Deputy Prime Minister & Coordinating Minister for National Security
- Mr Lim Swee Say, Minister for Manpower
- Mr S.S. Teo, Chairman, Singapore Business Federation
- Mr Heng Chee How, Deputy Secretary-General, National Trades Union Congress
10.15 am: Networking Tea Break
10.45 am: Company Sharing on Best Practices
- Mr Danny Chan, Regional Director, Global Safety & Security, and Global Risk Management at Marriott International. Drawing on his extensive experience as Director of Safety and Security for all Marriott hotels in SEA, Mr Chan will share about the challenges managing operations and change due to natural disasters, systems failures and terrorist attacks.
- Dr Freddie Tan, Vice President, Business System Compliance, CapitaLand Limited. With vast experience in overseeing CapitaLand's Business Continuity Management (BCM), policy and procedures, Dr Tan will share with participants his insights about managing crises, and ensuring business continuity in the Group's operations, arising from terror-related incidents.
11.20 am: Panel Discussion: Through sharing and discussion amongst panellists who are key industry players and stakeholders, participants can learn more about measures they could take to be prepared for terror-related crises.
12.00 pm: Conference ends, participants are invited to visit the exhibition
1.00 pm: End of exhibition
The 11th edition of National Security Conference 2017 is organised by the Singapore Business Federation, supported by the National Security Coordination Secretariat, Ministry of Home Affairs and Ministry of Manpower.
Free for Members' only, Limited seats!