Date: Wednesday, 25 May 2022
Time: 6pm - 7pm AEST
Place: Online, register to be sent your link
Cost: Free for AMCouncil members, otherwise $50
Earn: 1 CPD point
ESG has become a focal point for many organisations that are thinking through how ESG will change their business and ways of working. Tia Tang and Sergio Apostol will provide a perspective on how integrating ESG considerations into the business can alter outcomes such as resilience and considerations for the different dimensions to resilience. In implementing ESG into the business as usual, mapping asset management activities to an ESG framework highlights areas of alignment and opportunities to spur new action.
This session will be followed by an update on the AMCouncil's Sustainability in Asset Management project by Sean Reeves, who has been supporting the delivery of this project for the SRiAM SIG. As the project manager, he has been helping the group leads assemble information from various sources in environmental, engineering and risk sectors as well as the 17 UN SDGs, into what will become a very useful source of information for members of the AMCouncil.
About the Speakers:
Tia Tang, Associate Director, KPMG
Tia has over 15 years of experience in asset-intensive industries both in Australia and UK. Her focus is helping organisations build their asset management capability and balancing technical and business needs.
Sergio Apostol, Manager Engineering Assets & Project Delivery, KPMG
Sergio has extensive experience in capability development with local governments and Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF). He had two careers prior to joining KPMG, assisting uptake of renewable energy in South East Queensland and as an intelligence officer in the RAAF supporting Multi-domain Strike and Airborne Electronic Attack.
Sean Reeves, Project Manager, Sustainability in Asset Management Working Group, Asset Management Council
Sean has been supporting the delivery of this project for the SRiAM SIG. As the project manager, he has been helping the group leads assemble the information into what will become a very useful source of information for members of the AMCouncil.