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The Sustainability Dimension 25&26 September 2018
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Sustainability is the dimension where most organisations will be making strategic decisions to remain competitive in the future.This is further highlighted by the focus on long-term sustainability in corporate governance and the requirement for viability statements. Thinking and Acting for the long-term changes the way we make decisions in the short-term!

2018/09/25 to 2018/09/26
When: 8:00 AM
Where: The Institute of Risk Management SA
144 Katherine street
Johannesburg, Gauteng 
South Africa
Presenter: Laura Mallabone
Contact: Nthabiseng

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Course Content:


1. What is sustainability?

1.1. Definitions

1.2. Sustainability sectors

2. Economics of sustainability

2.1. Organisational objectives

2.2. Triple bottom line

2.3. Corporate Social Responsibility                           

2.4. Upside & downside

3. Sustainability Risks

3.1. Risk Universe: Local, Regional, National, Country, Global interface

3.2. Incorporating sustainability into appetite and tolerance statements

3.3. Catastrophic aspects and scenario planning

3.4. Boards value and involvement

3.5. Roles and responsibilities

3.6. Analysis and monitoring

3.6.1. Indicators – leading and lagging

3.7. Reporting your sustainability risks

3.7.1. GRI

3.7.2. Risk and control dashboards


· Marikana,

· BP Gulf of Mexico


Who Should Attend:

· Non-executive and executive Board members

  • CRO’s and senior management (who are required to present information to the board and facilitate their effective delivery)
  • Business leaders responsible for managing risk
  • Those interested in becoming, and actively seeking a Board position

· CROs and senior management (who are required to present information to the board and facilitate their effective delivery)


About the Presenter:


Laura Mallabone

Laura is a co-founder of Satarla and has 20 years’ risk management experience across industries and geographies. Laura has over the years assisted companies to develop, implement and evolve their risk management to be fully integrated and effective in decision-making.

       She has been involved in the                                   development of ISO 31000 through                         SABS, 2009 and 2018.

Laura gives back to risk management through mentorship, knowledge transfer and volunteers on the IRMSA Education and Technical Committee.

Laura has a MSc (Chemical Engineering) and MBA.


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