Managing Resilience in the Private and Public Sectors

Join the Asset Management Council Sydney Chapter to explore managing resilience in both the public and private sectors.

 

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Date:  Wednesday, 20 October 2021
Time: 6pm - 7pm AEDT
Place: Online, register to be sent your link
Cost: Free for AMCouncil members, otherwise $50
Earn: 1 CPD point

 

Presentation 1: Transport for NSW's Resilience Strategy 

Richard Fullalove, Senior Manager Systems Engineering, Transport for NSW

Richard is the Senior Manager, Systems Engineering in the Asset Management Branch of SER division. He is the custodian for systems engineering standards and guidelines, and provides advice and support on systems engineering and related matters across the divisions of Transport. During his career, he has been responsible variously for planning, specification, design, delivery, testing, commissioning and maintenance of rail systems in South Africa, the UK and Australia. Richard is the chair of the TfNSW Asset Resilience Working Group that produced the TfNSW Asset Resilience Strategy, which is currently in the process of being communicated to stakeholders who in turn will be embedding asset resilience actions in their respective Assets & Service Plans (Asset Management Plans).

 

Presentation 2: Stockland's Experience with Resilience Assessment in Australia

Greg Johnson, National Sustainability Manager Commercial Property, Stockland

Greg Johnson is Stockland’s National Sustainability Manager, providing support to the Commercial Property business.  With 40 years of experience in the property industry in building services, asset management and sustainability, Greg has been responsible for the development and implementation of sustainability policy and strategy over the last 20 years.  With his background in building services, operations and asset management, Greg has a comprehensive understanding of the issues of measuring the performance of buildings and the integration of sustainability into operations for existing buildings and in design for new developments.

 

 

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