Threats and risks to supply chains are not new, but systemic risks – cyber, geopolitical, government mandates and pandemic – have made their vulnerability very clear. More than ever, it is essential for companies to shock-proof their supply chains. As part of their risk and business continuity management, businesses must have processes and systems that function independently of the immediate situation. The question is – how can they best do it?

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The session will provide new practical and theoretical insights into ways of assessing supply chain exposure and mitigating those risks through risk management analyses and measures, business continuity and contingency planning.

 

Find more about this topic on FERMA’s work in this area below:

  • Position paper on Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive (CSDD): click here 

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