How To Manage Social and Environmental Risk for Oil, Gas And Mining
March 21 - 22 , 2012
The social and environmental risk management conference brings together CSR leaders in the extractives sector to share best practice strategies. A rundown of the key areas.
· Enhance stakeholder engagement - Build long term relationships with local and indigenous communities using engagement techniques a CSR report alone cannot deliver.
· Business case for human rights - Examine human rights performance in complex operations to prevent costly production stoppages.
· Sustainable capacity building - Build long term capacity in areas of minimal regulatory and infrastructure development.
· Go beyond the mine lifecycle - Decommission your operations sustainably and create a positive operational legacy.
· Voluntary and legislative compliance mechanisms - Adapt to the recent changes and maintain your social and legal licence to operate.
· Build capacity in challenging environments - Sustainable capacity building in areas of minimal regulatory and infrastructure development to secure consent through strong community investment initiatives.
Key Reasons to Attend
· 20+ expert speakers from large corporates and key thought leading organisations including BP, Chevron, De Beers, ICMM and EITI.
· A global event boasting speakers from Africa, Europe and North America.
· Case studies, keynote presentations, panel debates sessions, Q and A provide expert knowledge in an engaging format.
· Robust debate, interactive discussion and problem solving with BP, Chevron, Rio Tinto, De Beers, ICMM and many more.
· Global conference tackling global challenges. Examine operations in diverse environments from the Canadian arctic to Conflict affected DR Congo.
· A highly focused agenda delivering month’s worth of research in a mere two days.
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