Supply Chain Compliance for Oil and Gas - Oil & Gas Industry Event Preview
Supply Chain Compliance for Oil and Gas Training Course
07 - 08 July, 2014 | Aberdeen, UK
Mitigating Risk and Ensuring Compliance Across the Oil and Gas Value Chain
The importance of mitigating, limiting and reapportioning supply chain risk has becoming a growing concern for oil and gas companies and international contractors like.
We are pleased to announce that Oil and Gas IQ’s Supply Chain Compliance for Oil and Gas Training Course will be taking place in Aberdeen on the 7-8 of July 2014.
This course will deliver an understanding of compliance fundamentals and theory, while also exploring the methodologies and tools needed to design, implement and monitor a Supply Chain Compliance programme. The four pillars of supply chain compliance risk will be introduced (supplier, customer, third-party and regulatory risk management) and applied to case study examples.
|SPECIAL OFFER||Register by Friday, May 16, 2014 and receive up to £300 off!
Based on in-depth industry research:
The training course has been specifically designed in reaction to an in-depth industry survey conducted this year. Having listened to the industry, we will be addressing the key challenges and training requirements raised by compliance, supply chain and legal professionals working within today’s oil and gas landscape.
Unique format blending theoretical and practical learning:
Taking place over two days, the training course will deliver both theoretical sessions followed by interactive case study-led workshops to ensure the practical application of the lessons learned.
Attending Supply Chain Compliance for Oil and Gas will enable you to learn:
- The fundamentals of Supply Chain Compliance in the oil and gas sector
- How to successfully design and implement a Supply Chain Compliance strategy and programme
- The practical steps you need to successfully manage a compliance initiative
- An overview of relevant compliance metrics and how to how to measure and report them
To see the confirmed agenda and trainer profile please click here.
For more information on the training course and to register visit the website,
call +44 (0)20 7036 1300 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Vice President, Training, IACCM