Msheireb Properties, a subsidiary of Qatar Foundation, hosted the 4th annual Risk Management Forum at the Qatar National Convention Centre. The forum was attended by representatives from a wide range of sectors and industries.
The forum focused on building resilience and adding value through risk management whilst also exploring the subject of risk culture and the human factor. It also discussed issues in relation to their impact on the Gulf
Topics such as adapting to international standards, public consultation in setting standards, encouraging learning and creativity in organisation to quickly adapt, were debated.
The panellists included Arn Wennekers (Ministry of Energy), Msheireb Properties officials Howard Mannella (managing principal, Alternative Resiliency Services Corporation), Carlo Loveri (business manager), Rahat Latif (head of enterprise risk management), Domenic Antonucci (chief risk officer) and Eddie McLaughlin, chief commercial officer, Europe and
Middle East Asia, at AON.
Abdulla Hassan al-Mehshadi, CEO, Msheireb Properties, said, “We are proud to have hosted this forum for the fourth consecutive year in Doha. The topic has become increasingly recognised as one that enables experts from related fields to share knowledge in the search for viable
Msheireb Properties has incorporated the latest risk management procedures as part of a broader effort to incorporate industry best practices into its operations. The company is already certified in ISO 9001:2008 for quality management; ISO 14001:2004 for environmental management; and BS OHSAS 18001:2007 for occupational health and safety management systems, and compliant with ISO 31000 principles and guidelines.
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