Simon Riguelle is Director at the Regional Crisis Centre of Wallonia. During this Vision Dinner he will share his insights into the CRC's approach to risk analysis and how they prepare for current and long-term risks. He will also address a proactive versus reactive risk approach, and operational tooling and data collection for third parties.
Would you like to connect with other experts, exchange ideas and have insightful discussions on risk, business continuity and resilience trends and best practices, then you are more than welcome to join this small-scaled Vision Dinner!
Simon Riguelle, Centre régional de crise de Wallonie
Simon Riguelle has more than 4 years of experience as director of Regional Crisis Centre of Wallonia. The CRC supports emergency planning by the Service public de Wallonie (SPW) departments and organizes internal departmental coordination in the event of a cross-departmental crisis. Together with his team, Simon is responsible for the information, communication and coordination of regional expertise in risk management and crisis prevention.
In a society where there is a noticeable increase in risk culture, it becomes crucial to understand how to navigate and effectively respond to both national and international challenges. Climate change, for example has an impact on different aspects of crisis management. Dams have to be built, evacuation plan must be in order. The Regional Crisis Centre of Wallonia (CRC) in Belgium is involved in mapping all risks around the Walloon part of Belgium.
Location: Martin’s Chateau Du Lac, Avenue du Lac 87, 1332 Genval, België
17:30 - 20:30
Those responsible for Crisis, Security, Continuity, Resilience Leaders