Dear Members,

Yes, ASIS International (Singapore Chapter) 2020 Q1 Networking Dinner is round the corner!

Fresh into the new year, it is time again to reconnect with fellow security professionals and friends.  Thanks to our event sponsor, International SOS will be presenting on the travel risk outlook for 2020 and its implications on workforce safety.  As part of professional development and continuing education, we have also invited a guest speaker to share on crisis communications.  With a knowledge-filled program and customary lunar new year celebratory 8-course dinner, you will not want to miss this event!

About International SOS
The International SOS Group of Companies is in the business of saving lives, protecting your global workforce from health and security threats. Wherever you are, we deliver customised health, security risk management and well-being solutions to fuel your growth and productivity. In the event of extreme weather, an epidemic or security incident we provide an immediate response for peace of mind. Our innovative technology and medical expertise focus on prevention, offering real-time actionable insights and on-the-ground quality insights. By partnering with us, organisations can fulfil their Duty of Care responsibilities, while empowering business resilience, continuity and sustainability.

Founded in 1985, we are trusted by 11,000 organisations, including over half of the Fortune Global 500, mid-sized enterprises, governments, educational institutions and NGOs. 11,000 multi-cultural medical, security and logistics experts stand with you to provide support & assistance from over 1,000 locations in 90 countries, 24/7, 365 days. To protect your workforce, visit www.internationalsos.com.

About our Guest Speaker
Patrick Nathan retired as a Colonel from the Singapore Armed Forces. He worked at the Prime Minister’s Office for seven years and was instrumental in setting up the National Security Coordination Secretariat. He was its first Deputy Director for Strategic Policy Development. He subsequently launched and managed the Government’s Risk Assessment and Horizon Scanning programme. In the private sector, Patrick was Director for Security and Emergency Planning and Vice President of Corporate Communications at a major public transport operator. He built up considerable experience in crisis management and crisis communications, as the operator journeyed through a significant period of transition. He is now with Deloitte’s Risk Advisory Services, where he is a Senior Advisor in Risk Anticipation, Enterprise Risk Management, Crisis Management, Crisis Communications and Business Continuity Management. 

Details as follows:
Venue :         PARKROYAL on Kitchener Road, Level 3 Jade room, 181 Kitchener Road, Singapore 208533
                     (5-minute walk from nearest MRT station, NE8 Farrer Park MRT Exit I)
Date   :         Friday 7 Feb 2020
Time   :         1815 hr – 2200 hr

Programme
1815 hr Arrival and Registration of Guests
1845 hr Welcome Address by Honorary Chairman, ASIS International (Singapore
             Chapter)
             Lo-Hei Salad Toast
1900 hr Presentation on “Travel Risk Outlook 2020: Implications on Workforce Safety”
             by Aditya Luthra, Security Director, Security Solutions (Asia Pacific), International
             SOS
             Dinner commences
             Presentation on Crisis Communications by Patrick Nathan, Senior Director,
             Deloitte & Touche
             Dinner resumes
2145 hr Lucky draw
2200 hr TGIF

Fee
ASIS International (Singapore Chapter) 2020 Paid-Up members:         Complimentary
ASIS International 2020 members                                                   :         S$50

As seats are limited, kindly register here by Thu 24 Jan 2020.

When registering for event, please indicate if Halal or Vegetarian diet is required.

Thank you.

Kind Regards
Member Services
ASIS International (Singapore Chapter)