Travel Risk Management - What’s To Know?

Tuesday, 15 June 2021 - WEBINAR


Travel Risk Management - What’s To Know?

This free webinar is brought to you by the CIPS Manchester branch and is for CIPS members and non-members to attend.


    13:00Webinar start
    13:05Speaker presentation
    14:00(approx.) Webinar finish


    Webinar Summary: -

    1. Introduction to ISO31030 – Travel Risk Management
    2. What it the new standard and why should it important to procurement teams?
    3. Why it came about and how will it support travel procurement teams?
    4. How to apply it to Procurement & Supply Management for travel
    5. Q&A

    As many procurement/supply teams start to influence the return of business travel, for their organisation, there is a new ISO standard for all to be aware of.

    Hear from industry experts, on why the forthcoming standard ISO31030 is going to influence and shape how procurement teams consider risk within travel programmes.

    The way in which businesses and travellers measure risk has changed forever, the global pandemic has introduced a new standard that will influence smarter decision for travel both domestic and globally.


    Bex Deadman

    Managing DirectorBlue Cube Corporate Travel Management

    Bex Deadman’s extensive career in the business travel industry spans 20 years in diverse sales and operational roles. She joined leading London-headquartered independent travel management company, Blue Cube Travel in 2013 as Director of Sales, rising to Commercial Director two years later with responsibility for the management and strategic direction of the TMC’s supplier relations, account management and M&E business. In 2019 she was promoted to Managing Director and her role expanded to focus on the strategic direction and future proofing of Blue Cube’s entire business.

    Bob Quick

    Founder Director Global Secure Accreditation (GSA) Ltd

    Bob Quick enjoyed a successful career as a police officer (1978 – 2009) rising to one of the UK’s most senior policing and national security positions.

    In 2008 he was appointed to the post of Assistant Commissioner ‘Specialist Operations’ (ACSO) at New Scotland Yard, where he was responsible for Counter-Terrorism nationally and the operationalisation of a new National Police Counter-Terrorism Network comprising over 3500 personnel based in 11 operational centres. (Budget £750M Met Police / £1bn Counter Terrorism Policing).

    In addition, he was responsible for the protection of the British Royal Family, the UK Prime Minister and Cabinet, the foreign diplomatic community in the UK and visiting heads of State. Between 2004 and 2008 he was Chief Constable of Surrey Police. Bob has delivered a range of security capacity building projects overseas. Bob has an MBA and a Post Graduate Diploma in Applied Criminology from Cambridge University and is a graduate of the UK Government Cabinet Office ‘Top Managers’ Programme and the Police Staff College Strategic Command Course (2001).

    In 2018 Bob established Global Secure Accreditation Ltd (GSA) in response to increased risk and threats to the hotel sector. GSA is the world’s first truly independent security and safety assessment system for hotels and other serviced accommodation. This has been created in partnership with SFJ Awards (SFJ), a UK Government (Ofqual) approved standards awarding organisation, who independently oversee and regulate the standards and assessment process to ensure the integrity of the accreditation process.


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