RiskNZ Conference 2019 - Our Changing World

18 Jun 2019

Wharewaka Function Centre, 2 Taranaki St, Wellington 6011, New Zealand Map

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Our Changing World - from global and national risks to autonomous mobility

Quickly changing political systems, power-balances, alliances and trade relations are rapidly evolving our established view of global risk. The additional forces of climate change, extreme weather events and economic instability mean it’s harder than ever to predict how emerging hazards and threats will affect New Zealand, our organisations and our society.

Alternative means of energy, propulsion and materials, backed by digital technologies, are set to disrupt every form of transport and mobility. Advancements in drone delivery and autonomous transport such as self-driving cars will bring great benefits to society but will also create the most dramatic changes in transportation and mobility since the introduction of the internal combustion engine. Traditional regulatory systems, rules and regulations may not be sufficiently agile to match the pace of innovation and change.

The 2019 RiskNZ Conference will take you on a journey to understand the implications to your organisation from rapidly changing global risks, national hazards, and the unfolding implications of advanced autonomous transport and mobility systems.

For more details please get in touch with adminofficer@risknz.org.nz

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What’s this booking for?

18 Jun 2019, 8:00am-4:30pm


Full Day Registration includes complimentary entry to the RiskNZ Awards of Excellence commencing directly after the Conference.

Prices are in NZD and exclude GST.

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e.g. dietary (gluten intolerant, vegetarian, etc) or other requirements

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