Driving Risk-Based Regulation

 

 

TWO DAY ONLINE CONFERENCE
23rd & 24th February 2021

Regulators in Australia and New Zealand are actively exploring the shift to a risk-based approach; to prioritise effort in assisting compliance, and identifying and enforcing instances of non-compliance effectively. With risks constantly evolving, the right risk-based approach will play a critical role in ensuring timely and prompt action towards identified risks.

The Driving Risk-Based Regulation digital conference will bring together regulatory professionals, experts and best practice case studies from a wide range of jurisdictions across Australia and New Zealand, who are looking to discuss the challenges and opportunities of risk-based regulation.

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Key Takeaways

  • Understand how to effectively identify, define & address risk
  • Utilise data, intelligence & engagement to drive compliance
  • Develop processes to support regulatory decision-making & strategy
  • Effectively implement a risk-based regulatory approach
  • Maximise innovations in regulatory technology
  • Understand how to harness data-analytics to identify patterns & trends
  • Effectively evaluate compliance to demonstrate change & the benefits of being risk-based

Some of the industry experts joining us include

  • Rose Webb, Deputy Secretary Better Regulation Division and Commissioner Fair Trading, Department of Customer Service NSW 
  • Tracy Mackey, Chief Executive Officer, Environment Protection Authority NSW
  • Sue McCarrey, Chief Executive Officer, Office of the National Rail Safety Regulator
  • Anna Peatt, Chief Officer, Medicines and Poisons Regulation, Regulation, Health Protection and Emergency Management, Department of Health & Human Services, VIC
  • Prof. Jeroen van der Heijden, Chair in Regulatory Practice, School of Government, Victoria University of Wellington
  • Don Parker, Director, Office of Commissioner for Better Regulation Victoria
  • Chris Webb, Executive Director - Regulatory Practice and Strategy, Environment Protection Authority, VIC
  • And more…

Who should attend?

Federal, State and Local Government regulatory agencies, government departments & associations responsible for:

  • Risk
  • Strategy
  • Policy
  • Compliance
  • Regulation
  • Regulatory Practice
  • Regulatory Operations
  • Intelligence
  • Data Analytics

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Use the code GC100 and save an additional $100 off the current price.